Have you every gotten angry because a fast-food restaurant screwed up your order at a drive-thru window? Yeah, us, too. But we’re willing to bet that it never occurred to you to chase an employee of the restaurant around with a stun gun. Well, it did with Melanese Asia Reid, who police charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon following a recent incident at a Wendy’s unit in Daytona Beach, FL. Police say Reid got into an argument with an employee at the drive-thru and then went ...

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