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A woman in Georgia faces several charges, including aggravated robbery and armed assault, after firing a gun in a McDonald's floor because she got cold fries, according to several local reports.
The woman originally left McDonald's with her order Monday afternoon, but returned and said the fries were cold, according to WTOC TV. The station, citing the restaurant owner, said the boss went to get new French fries, and the woman entered the kitchen and fired a shot in the floor.
The owner of the restaurant refunded the woman, and she, according to WTOC
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Detective Robert Garden Rodriguez in Garden City told the US TODAY woman involved in the event, 27-year-old Lillian Shantel Tarver. He said an officer saw her leaving McDonald's in a high-speed car and that she initially refused to pull over.
Tarver surrendered after a "10- to 15-minute" hunt, Rodriguez said. He said there was no damage to the incident. He also said that Tarver fired at McDonald's, but did not confirm that it was because she was upset by the cold French fries.
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Tarver was booked into Chatham County Prison and held without bonds, Rodriguez said. She also faces charges related to driving away from the scene, according to the Chatham County Sheriff's Office website.
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