Nobody wants bullets with their McDonald’s Big Mac.

A Memphis McDonald’s manager had to take cover after three teens pulled a gun and charged toward the drive-thru window after the manager accidently dropped some change after they paid for their order.

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A 17-year-old driver pulled up in the drive-through in a 2007 Hummer HU3 and ordered some food. The teens handed the manager their money for the order and upon returning the change, the manager fumbled and the money fell to the ground.

It happens.

But the three teens got big mad, broke bad and hurled racial slurs at the manager, reports the Atlanta Black Star. When the manager asked them not to refer to him in that way, the 17-year-old pulled out a gun.

The manager immediately pushed the panic button, alerting the police. The driver and the two teen passengers were still on the scene when police arrived and arrested. The driver was charged with aggravated assault and unlawful possession of a weapon. The other two minors reportedly got off with minor curfew violations.

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While McDonalds managers are getting harassed by customers, Subway employees are harassing their customers.

A Black family grabbing a bite to eat at a Georgia Subway restaurant unexpectedly got a visit from the Coweta County cops after an employee said they looked suspicious.

The Dobson family were surprised when police showed up and told them an urgent 911 call had been placed and an employee complained that the family was using the restroom too much and putting water in soda cups.

Seriously, Subway?

Felicia and Othniel Dobson were traveling home to North Carolina with their children— ages 8, 12, 13, and 19—and the children’s aunt when they stopped at Subway for a meal on the long journey home.

The Dobson’s said they didn’t do anything wrong and believe it was a blatant case of racism—which has become pretty commonplace for white folks to call the cops on black people for no apparent reason.