Rock Hill, SC-- They call it fast food, but we've all waited in line at least once or twice when ordering at a drive-thru.
Police said a man in Rock Hill, SC took the "fast food" distinction too far. Officers were called by workers at a McDonald's after a customer jumped through the drive-thru window.
Leonard Christopher Smalls, 24 drove through the drive thru and ordered early Thursday morning. Employees said Smalls started demanding his food immediately and refused to pay first.
When the cashier refused to give him the food, they said he became enraged and jumped out of his car and into the drive thru window. Employees told police they ran fearing Smalls might harm them.
One worker finally escorted him out of the building, but Smalls then started circling the building with his car and took off when he spotted police.
Officers followed Smalls and pulled him over at the AirGas on the 2600 block of Eden Terrace Road.
After a field sobriety test was administered, Smalls was charged with driving under the influence, resisting arrest and disorderly, according to WBTV.