Customer Pulled Gun In Popeyes After Being Told Chicken Sandwiches Were Sold Out
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The Popeyes chicken sandwich craze has officially gone too far after a group of people grew angry—one of them even allegedly pulling a gun on employees—when they realized that the famous sandwiches were sold out.

According to CNN, the incident occurred on Monday night when a group of customers, two men and two women, went to the fast-food chain demanding chicken sandwiches.

The branch was sold out of sandwiches and the group didn’t take the news well, to put it mildly, with one of the men pulling a gun, according to Houston police.

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The staff at the chain reportedly ran to the back of the restaurant, and the group, which police believe to range in age from 17 to 20 ran out of the restaurant, before jumping into a vehicle.

The group continued to let their displeasure about the chicken sandwich drought be known, pulling up to the drive-through and allegedly throwing an empty can through the window.

As of Tuesday, police were still attempting to track down any usable surveillance footage that would help them make an arrest.