Last week, police in Norfolk. Va., arrested Tevin Kievelle Monroe, 31, after he reportedly threatened a McDonald's manager with a gun.
The trouble began when Monroe went into the McDonald's on St. Paul's Blvd. and asked for a job application, according to police.
The manager explained the application was available online and that is when Monroe allegedly lifted his shirt to reveal the gun in his waistband.
The manager then handed Monroe a paper application, and called police.
Perhaps, unaware of the fact that what he had just done was a crime, Monroe was still sitting at a table filling out his application when police arrived to arrest him.
Monroe was charged with brandishing a firearm, carrying a concealed weapon and disorderly conduct.
Needless to say, Monroe did not get the job.