Police say, after Weglarz drove off with his food, he returned moments later and banged on the front door of the restaurant -- which was locked -- and then proceeded to yell and swear at the manager of the restaurant through the drive-thru window.
Weglarz reportedly fled the scene before police arrived, but police later arrested him at his home and charged him with breach of peace. Police say a young man, seemingly inspired by the pattie-pilfering character once featured in McDonald's advertising campaigns, ran between a car and the takeout window at an Augusta, Maine restaurant in March just as an employee tried to hand a bag of food to a driver.
Police later found the City beach bikini brawler in the parking lot of a rival fast food restaurant diving into the McDonald's bag. When the suspect saw police, he ran off into the woods and was never caught. The incident was caught on video and shows Hardy, of Montgomery, Ala. One of the fast food chain's employees reportedly told authorities Smith was complaining about her order when the fight began.
CBS affiliate WAKA reported Hardy was charged with two felony charges of giving a false name to law enforcement and criminal mischief, plus other misdemeanor charges. Hardy pleaded no-contest and was banned from the fast-food chain. Police arrested year-old Erik Brown after they say he slapped a year-old boy in the face with a Taco Bell burrito in Feb.
The boy did not suffer any injuries but did have. The suspect then fled the scene.