On Friday, a man from Florida jumped the counter and demanded free food, threatening the staff with a pair of pliers, according to authorities.
According to the Tampa Police Department, 50-year-old Hubert Credit Jr. entered the fast food establishment shortly after 5:30 p.m. and started asking for free food from the staff.
According to the authorities, Credit threatened the workers with a pair of pliers after they refused.
According to police, surveillance video shows Credit slamming the pliers against the counter and toppling one of the cash registers. After that, he can be seen leaping over the service counter, where he allegedly continued to threaten people.
"In fear, a restaurant manager discreetly notified a citizen in the drive through lane with her radio headset that they were in danger and to call 911," the department said.
Police claimed that the manager was compelled to give Credit free food in the interim.
When responding officers arrived, they discovered Credit eating the food in a male restroom stall, according to the police. Credit was taken into custody without a struggle after officers told him to leave the restroom.
The charge against Credit was armed robbery. According to police, no one was hurt in the incident.