SEE IT: “HANGRY” woman fires gun into Memphis Burger King over “long wait”

A Memphis Burger King customer faces multiple charges, including attempted murder, after allegedly firing several shots at employees because she was angry at the long wait time at the drive-thru.

The incident took place on Tuesday, March 30, 2021, at a Burger King in southwest Memphis. Keona Jackson, 32, allegedly got out of the passenger seat of a gray, mid-sized, 4-door sedan driven by a man and approached the window.

After a verbal altercation with the employees, Jackson went back and took a handgun from the car, reached her upper body into to the window, and fired, according to police.

The workers all fled out the back door of the restaurant and were unharmed.

Police charged Jackson with two counts of attempted first-degree murder, as well as using a firearm during commission of a dangerous felony, according to WALB.