McDonald’s tells a Florida man the ice cream machine is broken, so he responds with an AR-15 Palm Beach Sheriff's Office
Palm Beach Sheriff's Office

Jerry Henry, 19, of Delray Beach, Fla. is charged with “improper exhibition of a dangerous weapon” after pulling out a fake AR-15 in a McDonald’s, reports FOX 4.

Henry brandished the fake weapon, which later turned out to be an airsoft gun, in the drive-through after employees informed him that the ice cream machine was broken.

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Employees in the fast food restaurant ducked for cover out of fear that they were about to be killed. The incident occurred around 11:49 p.m.

Many stories have been written about the elusive McDonald’s ice cream machine, and some of them can only be described as stomach-turning.

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