Saturday, April 30, 2016

Couple charged after gun pulled during boneless chicken wing order mix-up

A couple from Wilmington, North Carolina, are facing criminal charges after a woman showed a gun at the FU Wangz restaurant over a wrong order of chicken wings.

Clarissa Gagum, 24, and her husband, Rasheem Gagum, 24, were both arrested on Thursday after Clarissa became upset that her order of chicken wings was wrong and pulled out a gun inside the restaurant.

Linda Rawley, spokesperson for the WPD, said Clarissa walked into the restaurant and ordered bone-in chicken wings, but received boneless wings. Clarissa reportedly began to argue with the clerk, then grabbed a gun from her car and went back inside the restaurant waving it around.

Police were called to the scene and found Clarissa on the sidewalk outside the restaurant still holding the gun. Clarissa was charged with two counts of assault by pointing a gun and injury to personal property and was held under a $30,000 bond. Rasheem was charged with resisting arrest and was under a $500 bond. Both bonded out at around 9pm on Thursday.

With news video.

1 comment:

Barbwire said...

There's something really wrong with this country when somebody pulls a gun over chicken wings.