A pregnant Florida woman found herself in “McTrouble” Thursday after a messed up fast food order drove her to become a twerking “hamburglar.”
Tiannis Jones, 22 of Lakeland, FL, had arrived at a local McDonald’s drive-thru Thursday to pick up an order placed online when she learned an error had occurred. Though the staff asked her to pull up to the next window while they corrected the mistake, Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd explained that wasn’t acceptable to Jones who instead parked her car and entered the restaurant to complain face-to-face.
“She didn’t get her Happy Meal or her fish sandwich or her chocolate shake, or her sweet tea, but she managed to get herself into a lot of McTrouble,” Judd detailed during a Friday press conference.
While Jones’ mother and sister reportedly waited in the car, she grew visibly more irate as an employee attempted to resolve the situation, including offering up a full refund for the order. She can be seen smacking a plastic sign across the counter before swiping a number of other items to the ground.
“She was McMad,” the sheriff stated. He began the press conference by noting that the incident was serious, but “not necessarily real sad,” as he carried the pun-filled, lighthearted tone throughout the proceeding.
The severity of the charges escalated when Jones’ was recorded stepping behind the counter where she continued berating the staff as she threw cups across the room. A woman identified by Judd as Jones’ sister entered the scene and attempted to remove her from the building, which she ultimately accomplished.
However, this did not happen without one more display from the expectant mother.
“As Jones got to the exit,” Judd stated, “she turned toward the employees, lifted her shirt to expose her belly, then turned and began twerking at them.”
Jones had also placed a call to 911 during the incident to report the poor service she was receiving. According to WFTV, she told the operator, “I’m five months pregnant. These people don’t know how to run a f*cking McDonald’s!”
The Polk County Sheriff’s Office (PCSO) had issued an arrest warrant for the crimes committed Thursday: “PCSO is looking for Tianis Jones after she went McNuts in a Lakeland McDonald’s Thursday. ‘When we find her she won’t have any golden arches, but we’ll give her some silver handcuffs.’ – Grady Judd, Sheriff.”
— Polk County Sheriff 🚔 Grady Judd (@PolkCoSheriff) May 21, 2022
An update provided late Friday explained they had taken her into custody. It read in part, “In addition to the charges of Burglary with Assault, Criminal Mischief, and Disorderly Conduct, Jones was also charged with Misuse of 911, for calling 911 to complain about the service during the ten minute incident Thursday, May 19th.”
Judd further detailed the burglary charge was a felony and that it was not exclusively breaking into a place. It also included remaining somewhere after you’ve been asked to leave and committing a crime.
“I don’t know why this woman got as angry as she was,” the sheriff added, “but as the saying goes, she’s a few fries short of a Happy Meal. She better not complain about the food we serve her at the county jail.”
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