A Georgia woman was arrested this week after she drove her SUV into a Popeye’s fast food restaurant because she was angry her order did not have any biscuits.
The location’s manager told the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office that the mistake was corrected and 50-year-old Belinda H. Miller got her missing biscuits, but she drove into the building anyway, WJBF reported.
An 18-year-old employee was standing near the front of the building when Miller crashed into it on Saturday, nearly striking the employee. Warrants say she hit the left wall and doors and kept going until debris stopped her.
Afterward, she backed out and drove to her home, where deputies found the vehicle with front end damage, according to The Augusta Chronicle.
Miller allegedly made several threats to employees and business, including threatening to drive into it, before she actually did so.
Miller was booked into the Charles B. Webster Detention Center on Wednesday, charged with aggravated assault and criminal damage to property.
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[Featured image: Popeye’s on Walton Way in Augusta, Georgia/Google Maps]