Skip to main content
  1. News
  2. Politics
  3. Policy & Issues

Man demands job at McDonald's at gun point

See also

Crimes occurring in Mickey D’s seem to be exceptionally strange. Maybe it’s a little known side effect of the questionable food, but whatever the case it seems to be a pattern -- men throwing axes through windows in retaliation for cold fries, women running over their significant others for refusal to go to McDonald’s, people dressed as She-Hulk assaulting other customers. Seriously, these events all really happened. Now, though, in the latest weird McNews brief, Tevin Kievelle Monroe, 31, was arrested last month for demanding a job application at gunpoint in a Norfolk, VA, McDonald’s.

The incident began when Monroe walked into the restaurant and asked the manager for a job application. After the manager explained that job applicants needed to fill out all forms online, Monroe became agitated and lifted his shirt to reveal a gun stuffed into his waistband. The manager told the would-be job applicant to take a seat while she attempted to find a job application. Monroe was filling out paperwork when the police arrived. Although he did not get hired, he can always hope for a job opening when the Hamburglar retires.

Advertisement

News

  •  One year later
    How victims have recovered a year after the Boston Marathon bombing
    Video
    Watch Video
  • Tax day freebies
    Everyone dreads tax day, but some businesses are offering deals today only
    Tax Day
  • Obamacare savings
    The rollout of Obamacare will cost $104 billion less than previously projected
    Top News
  • Blood Moon
    The first of four 'Blood Moons' came and went; is it the beginning of the end for mankind?
    Headlines
  • Arrest for threatening tweet
    A 14-year-old girl is arrested for issuing a threatening tweet towards American Airlines
    Strange News
  • Pistorius cross examination concludes
    Oscar Pistorius sheds more tears during the trial's final cross examination
    Video
    Watch Video

User login

Log in
Sign in with your email and password. Or reset your password.
Write for us
Interested in becoming an Examiner and sharing your experience and passion? We're always looking for quality writers. Find out more about Examiner.com and apply today!