Iowa Man Threatens to Blow Up McDonald's Over Missing Dipping Sauce

Photo: Polk County Sheriff's Office (Left), Getty Images (Right)

An Iowa man was arrested and charged with a felony as a result of a simple mistake that was made regarding his food order.

42-year-old Robert Golwitzer was arrested on Saturday after he allegedly called and threatened a local McDonald's restaurant, saying he would "blow up" the building and threated to assault an employee.

Cops say Golwitzer made the call after he discovered that his order of chicken McNuggets was missing the dipping sauces he requested upon purchase. They say the number was traced to one associated with him and paid him a visit.

When questioned, Golwitzer reportedly admitted to making the call. He was arrested and charged with making a false report about an explosive or incendiary device, which is a felony. He was later released on bond.

Source: The Smoking Gun

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