Rampage Over Nixed McDonald's Burger Order

Oregon man, 37, wanted 30 double cheeseburgers

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Cheeseburger Rampage

MARCH 26--An Oregon man went on a rampage after McDonald's workers "would not make him 30 double cheeseburgers," accordoing to police who arrested the fast food fan on multiple criminal charges.

According to cops, Jedediah Ezekiel Fulton, 37, sought to purchase the cheeseburger haul earlier this month at a McDonald's in Sutherlin, a city about 60 miles south of Eugene.

When told the cheeseburgers would not be forthcoming, Fulton, pictured at right, became upset and caused a disturbance, a police report notes. "Fulton destroyed a banner and attempted to destroy their golden arches," cops allege.

After a McDonald's worker confronted Fulton, he grabbed the collar of the employee's shirt. A witness who feared for the worker's life then "displayed" a firearm, which apparently brought order to the proceedings.

Fulton was arrested when cops arrived at the eatery (seen below). He was charged with disorderly conduct, criminal mischief, harassment, and criminal trespass. Fulton was booked into the Douglas County jail. He is no longer in custody, according to a prisoner roster.

The police report does not indicate why Fulton's cheeseburger order was rejected. Or whether he planned to share the grub with others or enjoy it all by himself. (1 page)