Medford Man Arrested For Beating Up His Girlfriend For Not Bringing Home In-N-Out

A 300-pound man in Medford, Oregon has been arrested for allegedly beating up his girlfriend for not bringing him In-N-Out burgers for dinner.

Christian Matthew Berry, 21, told police that he punched his 20-year-old girlfriend, hit her with a cane, and kicked her on September 10, according to Mail Tribune. She was treated for bruises, scratches, and a lump on her face at the Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center.

"He didn't remember kicking her," a police officer told Mail Tribune, "but told me that if she said it happened, then it probably did. He also admitted to assaulting her about 13 times in the last year. The argument tonight was because she didn't bring home In-N-Out burgers for dinner."

Berry was charged with second-degree assault, third-degree assault, two counts of fourth-degree assault, unlawful use of a weapon, and coercion. He was held at Jackson County Jail, but was released for complying with a court order to not contact his girlfriend.

This incident happened a day after Oregon's first-ever In-N-Out Burger opened in Medford on September 9;people camped out as early as four p.m. the previous afternoon to be the first customers.