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Taco Bell Molotov Cocktails

October 27, 2011 by staff 

Taco Bell Molotov C**ktails, A dissatisfied customer of Taco Bell fire avenged in a restaurant in Albany, Georgia, because their Chalupas failed to meet its promised bounty.

The unidentified arsonist – who remains at large – threw a Molotov ccktail through the window the car after a Taco Bell employee refused his demand for meat in his two Chalupas XL.

Chalupas Man ordered to go and then come home determined to be inadequately bear, according to the police report compiled from the account of the store manager who responded to the complaint of suspected phone. He demanded that the order to be corrected and the boats filled with more meat.

Cynthia Thompson said he “could not accommodate because the deal closes.” Then the man said, “You must be one of them black up there,” adding, “That’s right, I’ll come and redecorate the place.”

Not long after, Thompson, along with co-workers, “you could smell gasoline, but did not know where it came from. Then he realized that the fire out of the drive through window.”

At the same time, Albany Police Officer E. Duron Thompson (no apparent relation to Cynthia Thompson) was patrolling the area and saw a fire burning near Taco Bell drive through window. The police approached the caretaker of the site and “determined that the item is burning a Molotov ccktail.”

Cynthia Thompson Thompson said there was no official way to identify which client is responsible for the fire pump, as the restaurant was very busy that night and the phone does not have caller ID. The quality of video surveillance to monitor the drive through window was inadequate for identification purposes.

According to the police report, the manager of Taco Bell, said the suspect “had a voice that made him believe he was the [sic] Caucasian descent.”

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