Man Attacks 7-Eleven Clerk Over Nacho Cheese Restriction

Man Attacks 7-Eleven Clerk Over Nacho Cheese Restriction
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Man Attacks 7-Eleven Clerk Over Nacho Cheese Restriction


Were the 7-Eleven gooey nachos really worth all that trouble?

This is nacho average crime. A Martinsburg, West Virginia man has been arrested following a crime of dangerously cheesy proportions. He verbally attacked a 7-Eleven clerk who had requested that the man use less nacho cheese on his nacho order, yelling that he “eats people" and is "the biggest killer in Martinsburg.” Those claims may have been a bit of a stretch.

After making these threats, Harry Grant McDonald, 56, “stared at the employee and raised a closed fist to him, followed by a series of martial-arts style punches in the employee's direction," Martinsburg Police Department Patrol Officer Samuel McGovern said in a police report filed against McDonald.

After trying to resist arrest, McDonald, who originally gave a false name, was found in a church. He was shouting and again attempting to resist arrest. He was charged with two counts of obstructing an officer and single counts of disturbance of religious worship and assault, according to the Herald Mail.

Hide your Brie, hide your rinds, ‘cause Harry McDonald is snatching your cheeses up.

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Joanna Fantozzi is an Associate Editor with The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter @JoannaFantozzi

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