A Customer Tried To Kill A Burger King Employee Who Made His Milkshake Wrong

In yet another unfortunate incident that proves once again that people take their fast food very, very seriously, Dallas police are searching for a man who savagely attacked a Burger King employee earlier this month for the perceived crime of “making his milkshake wrong.” Surveillance footage from the North Dallas location shows the man throwing first a drink over the counter and then a chair, before jumping over to rush the poor woman trying to appease him.

Alejandra Estrada, the 60-year-old employee who was back at work Monday following the incident, says that the man demanded coffee after complaining about his milkshake, and then lost it when he was told they were out of coffee:

“I was very scared,” Alejandra Estrada said Monday afternoon. Estrada is an employee at the Burger King who was the target of the man’s outburst.

“He hit me in my face, and he called me names,” the 60-year-old staffer said. Estrada said the man jumped the counter, chased her toward a small office, then punched her in the face.

“He said, ‘I’m going to kill you.’ Oh my God. I tried to close the door, but the door doesn’t [close],” she said.

Not that this is the important detail because a woman was horribly assaulted here, but how do you even make a milkshake wrong? Like this jerk knows it just comes out of a spigot, right? I can’t imagine that the milkshakes in jail will suit him much better, because once he’s caught, that’s probably where he’s heading. (And by “milkshakes” I mean toilet wine.)