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Man in Canada goes ballistic after allegedly getting the wrong fast food order

Man in Canada goes ballistic after allegedly getting the wrong fast food order

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WASHINGTON (Circa) — A man in New Westminster, British Columbia - a city in western Canada - is facing assault charges after acting irate due to a wrong fast food order.

The man ordered an Iced Capp drink at the fast food chain Tim Horton, according to staff members. But the man complained about his order being wrong and he began to insult employees.

Eventually, as seen on the video, he poured his drink onto the counter and pushed the store's computer register off of the counter it was placed on. Employees tell police the man continued to be verbally abusive before leaving the store.

“It is concerning that someone can become that irate over an apparently incorrect order, but thankfully nobody was seriously injured.” stated New Westminster Police media relations officer Sergeant Jeff Scott. “We are asking for the assistance of the public to identify the suspect, which will help continue our investigation into the alleged assault and mischief.”

Police are currently in pursuit of the Caucasian male who is between 20-25 years old with a medium build. He is believed to be around 5'6'' with short brown hair and was wearing a pink shirt and black pants at the time.

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