Sometimes you just crave a burger.
A Florida man is accused of threatening to shoot a Checkers drive-thru clerk if he did not hand over a hamburger.
Dechazo Harris, 27, drove up to the drive-thru order window after 1:30 a.m. on March 29, the Sun-Sentinel reports. Police in West Palm Beach said that Harris placed an order and pulled around to the pick-up window, where he decided that he wanted to change his meal.
The employee at the second counter informed Harris that he would have to drive around again.
Police say that Harris then pulled a gun on the manager and said "give me a hamburger or I'll shoot you."
The manager refused and Harris, according to police, said "Bro you don't know who I am."
Harris was later identified and booked on aggravated assault charges.