A Michigan woman was arrested on multiple misdemeanor charges after she allegedly went on a “tirade” over a burger she claimed had been made incorrectly the day before.
Police say 34-year-old Porsha Tyler returned to a Burger King in Livonia, MI, on Jan. 27, the day after she bought a burger. She demanded to get her money back, saying the burger had tomatoes on it, but she didn’t order it that way.
"The clerk was more than kind to her and offered a refund of her food, of other food items, etc. Porsha wasn’t having that. She obviously didn’t get it her way that day, and she went on a tirade,” Police Capt. Ron Taig said.
In a scene caught on surveillance video, police say Tyler repeatedly tried to climb on the counter, but her fiancé held her back. She is also accused of hurling a cookie rack, a wet floor sign and food at the clerk.