MEMPHIS, Tenn. - A woman had a gun put in her face after an angry customer told her she was "taking too long" in a Memphis drive thru line.
It happened early Tuesday morning at the Dixie Queen in the 3100 block of Austin Peay Highway.
The victim told officers she was having trouble getting the staff to get her order right, which caused her to be in line for an extended period of time.
The woman said when she finally got her order and pulled off, the vehicle behind her pulled out of line, pulled up next to her, and the person inside pointed a gun at her. She said the other driver told her, "Next time b****, don't hold the line up," and threw a cup of water at her.
The victim told officers she believes staff at the restaurant knew the suspect, because he pulled back around to the drive thru and told them he, "took care of her."
No one has been arrested at this time.
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