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December 19, 2013


It all began when Monroe walked into the McDonald's on St. Paul's Boulevard and asked the store manager for an application. After the manager explained twice that the process is handled online, police said, Monroe lifted his shirt to reveal a gun tucked in his waistband.

(Thanks to Chris Elzi and Bill Hudgins)

Related: Police: Job Applicant Stole From Tip Jar

(Thanks to Andrew Halpryn)


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Sir not only is the job yours but I'm giving you a raise too! Welcome to the McDonald's team.

yep. what could go wrong with this plan?

You want fries with that?

Hey, I see no problem. Put him on the drive-thru window and all trouble will cease.

He is 31 and she is 44 .. can't make a complaint about today's youth, but I have revoked their future pass to the geezer bus.

A "quick-thinking" McDonald's manager? They'll probably fire her.

Well ... mebbe the guy had a gun so when he filled out the application, he'd have lead in his pencil ...

Surely most people carry hidden guns in the USA? and accidentally pulling up your shirt doesn't count as "brandishing" a weapon. He didn't even ask for free fries!

Now THAT is how you apply for a managerial position! Like a BOSS!

IN SEARCH OF EXCELLENCE says one should be proactive. That was damn proactive.

Shot that chance all to hell.

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