McDonald’s customer arrested for disorderly conduct after having to wait 5 minutes for apple pie

A 32-year-old woman was arrested at a Georgia McDonald’s over her reaction to having to wait for a pie. (Photo: Matthew Horwood/Getty Images)

A Georgia woman wanted a McDonald’s apple pie so badly that she allegedly started screaming and getting aggressive with employees while in the drive-thru lane. She was eventually taken to jail for disorderly conduct.

When Ana Luisa Guity-Baltazar, 32, ordered the dessert at a Covington, Ga., McDonald’s last week, she was told it would be about five minutes before her pie was ready, as local news station Fox5 Atlanta reports.

Covington police officer Justin Stott told Fox5 that the woman started “screaming and using profanity at the employee, aggressively walking toward her, punching her fist into her hand.” Yahoo Lifestyle has reached out to the Covington Police Department for further comment. 

The whole incident ended up costing her a lot more than the initial apple pie would have. Guity-Baltazar was booked at the Newton County Jail and given a trespass warning to stay away from the McDonald’s, according to The Covington News

“$1.06 for an apple pie versus an $837 disorderly conduct citation,” Officer Stott told Fox5. “Her car was towed too so you can stack a tow charge on top of that.”

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