Incorrect Food Order Sparks McDonald’s Shooting

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) Three people were in custody after a shooting at a Wichita McDonald’s restaurant drive-thru prompted by an incorrect fast-food order.

Police say the incident began at 7:30 a.m. Wednesday when a man became upset that his order was wrong. He drove around the restaurant and tried to cut in front of another car in the drive-thru, but the car already in line didn’t budge.

Police say a woman in the man’s car threw a crowbar at the other vehicle, and the driver of her car fired a shotgun at the other vehicle before leaving the scene.

Police found the car at a Wichita residence and detained three people after a several-hour standoff.

Wichita police spokesman Lt. Doug Nolte says it’s unclear what charges would be filed, and nobody was injured.