Burger Tirade in Mayfield Leads to Disorderly Conduct Citation

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MAYFIELD, Ohio – A Cleveland woman was recently cited for disorderly conduct after refusing to leave a local Burger King because her burger wasn’t made her way.

According to an incident report obtained by Fox 8 News the woman was cited following an altercation in the drive-thru of the Burger King on Mayfield Road on April 13th at 5:15 p.m.

The report claims the woman erupted into a tirade of yelling, screaming and shouting obscenities at the store manager and staff, after being informed the burger she wanted had been discontinued.

The stores manager contacted police after the woman refused to leave the drive-thru. The woman had been offered a refund on the burger she had purchased.

The store manager provided a statement on the incident to police and according to the manager, the complainant sat in the drive-thru for 16 minutes while cursing.

According to the statement, the complainant had her three children in the vehicle the entire time.

The manager stated, “I kept thanking her and asking her to stop cursing. She replied she was a grown [expletive] woman and they were her [expletive] kids, and she can say what she wanted.”