An officer with the was dispatched to the on N. Broad St. on July 5 in response to a report of an irate customer using profanity and refusing to leave.
Upon arrival, the officer met with the suspect, who said the restaurant had messed up his order and would not refund his money. The customer admitted to using profanity when speaking to the manager and said he had paid for a double cheeseburger and eaten half but had wanted a McDouble.
The officer then spoke to the manager, who said the man had returned to the counter after having eaten about half of his burger and asked for a McDouble. The manager said she refused to issue a refund for the half-eaten burger and at that time, the customer reportedly became irate and started screaming profanity at her while leaning over the counter. When the manager told the man to leave the property, he stated he was a paying customer and did not have to leave.
Two witnesses eating with their children told the officer the suspect had used profanity in a "loud boisterous manner" and their children were present during the incident. The male witness said he came to the manager's aid and walked the suspect out of the restaurant.
The customer, Cody Barrett, 20, of 68 Creekwood Court in Winder, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct before being transported to the .
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