Woman pulls gun on Domino's employees over missed chicken wings in order

Woman pulls gun on Domino's employees over missed chicken wings in order

We all get frustrated when we request pizza for delivery, only to crack open the box and discover that they totally screwed up the order. Maybe you wanted sausage, pepperoni and mushroom pizza, only to get stuck with plain cheese. Or maybe the meal was missing something, like a side order of breadsticks, soda or, worst of all, chicken wings.

Usually scorned customers call the store to complain or write a scathing online review, but one woman in St. Paul, Minnesota took her outrage to a whole new level. After noticing that her Domino's order was missing chicken wings, 59-year-old Holly Webb was so upset that she drove to the location and pulled a handgun out on employees, according to  WCCO. She reportedly then demanded a "motherf***ing refund." (Damn. Those chicken wings must be good.)

Two Domino's employees witnessed the shocking incident and called 911, at which point Webb fled the scene. Shortly afterward, she received a knock at her door, but it wasn't an apologetic Domino's employee bringing her a side of delicious chicken wings. It was the police. And the only thing they were serving...was justice. (Cue CSI: Miami's David Caruso putting on sunglasses to The Who's Won't Get Fooled Again - "YEEEEAAAHHH!")

During questioning, Webb initially claimed she left the gun in her car's glove compartment and entered the store to complain without it. When officers informed her that surveillance cameras captured the incident on the video, she changed her story, and admitted to displaying the weapon. However, she still insists she did not point the gun at anyone in particular.

Webb was charged with one felony count of threats of violence, which carries a maximum sentence of five years behind bars, a $10,000 fine, or both, if she's found guilty. Authorities say she has a permit to carry. If chicken wings are ever promised as part of a meal when Webb is in jail, officials would be well advised not to forget them.