A disgruntled drive-thru customer shocked Taco Bell employees when he stormed into the South Carolina restaurant's kitchen and started making his own pizza after complaining there was "there was not enough meat on his Mexican pizza," The Smoking Gun reported.
According to an incident report, the ordeal took place Wednesday at a Spartanburg Taco Bell. The unidentified suspect ordered a Mexican pizza from the drive-thru but later returned complaining about the meager serving of meat on his order.
Taco Bell employee Crystal Smith told police she re-made the pizza but the suspect was still not satisfied and demanded he be given a refund. When staff told him this was not possible, the enraged man stormed into the Taco Bell's kitchen, made his own pizza then subsequently left the premises.
According to the incident report, the suspect "did not follow proper health/safety guidelines" by not wearing "protective gloves while making his food."
Smith described the suspect as "angry and upset" and said he used foul language in response to her offers to re-make his pizza.
The suspect has not been apprehended but police said they are on the lookout for him. According to the incident report, the disgruntled customer was driving a Dodge Challenger allegedly driven by a woman who never entered the restaurant. According to Fox News, he could potentially face charges of theft of property and trespassing.
Earlier this year another enraged Taco Bell customer made headlines when he fired his gun out of a drive-thru window during a confrontation with an employee over taco sauce, KOCOreported.
Sgt. Gary Knight told the news outlet the "man was complaining about not getting enough sauce, or not getting any taco sauce and was very upset."
According to the report, the unidentified man pulled out a semi-automatic handgun and fired it through the drive-thru window before driving off. No one was injured but police were unable to apprehend the suspect.