BUFFALO GROVE, Ill. (STMW) – Maybe if he had gone to Burger King, he could have had it his way. Instead, police were called to a northwest suburban McDonald’s when a man refused to pay for extra barbecue sauce.
Police responded to a disorderly conduct call at the McDonald’s at 1200 N. Arlington Heights Rd. in Buffalo Grove at about 2 p.m. Tuesday, according to Buffalo Grove police.
A restaurant worker said the customer requested extra barbecue sauce for his meal and became upset when he was told extra condiments cost 10 cents, according to police.
The man allegedly told the clerk he was from a local health department and that when he returned, the restaurant “would not be happy with the health code violations that he would find.”
Police have been unable to trace the registration on the man’s vehicle, and no arrests had been made as of Thursday. The Buffalo Grove Health Department said no one matching the man’s description works there.
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