A McDonald's manager in California, apparently dissatisfied with the money the restaurant was already paying him, robbed his own outlet at gun point, according to the Los Angeles Times.
The manager of a McDonald's in Pleasanton is accused of crawling through the drive-through window while wearing a white mask and a handgun on Aug. 28, forcing employees into the restaurant's freezer and then stealing cash, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.
He might have forgotten to cover that scenario while training his employees.
Felix Gonzalez-Becerra, 42, pleaded not guilty to charges of kidnapping and robbery, CBS San Francisco reported. He is also accused of robbing another McDonald's in San Mateo on September 2, where he also made employees step into the freezer. CBS reported police stopped him as he drove away from the second restaurant.
Last December, the manager of a Burger King restaurant in Plymouth, MN, was charged with robbing his own store and, once again, shoving employees into the freezer, according to the Plymouth Patch.
The local news outlet reported police had charged 20-year-old Kyle Mathew Jordan Hunt in the crime.
As bad bosses go, a superior that pushes you into the freezer at gun point falls somewhere close to the very worst.
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