just went to McDonald's on Beasley (at 55) for breakfast (about 8:30).
While at drive thru window, a blue car pulled up right next to me (some kind of sedan with big tires and cool looking spinners... Bright blue car) and started wildly gesturing.
I went through the "are you telling me my tire is low on air?" and "are you trying to talk to the drive thru lady?" set of gestures. He clearly shook his head and pointed gesturing "no, YOU!"
While right next to me, he wouldn't roll his window down.
Then, oddly, he pulled out a huge stack of money and held it to his ear like a cell phone. He then pointed at me again and gestured with two fingers that something was small. About this time I decided not to wait for my drink. I put it in drive and fled.
If anyone else reports anything about this guy, I got a good look at him.
With this start to his day, I have a feeling I won't be the only one with an odd interaction with this guy today.
Upon further consideration, I think the folks in the store were in on it. I feel like the point was to be threatening without crossing any lines to get me to flee without getting food.
However, in not sure how they gain from me 1. Paying with a credit/debit card and leaving without food.
When I drove away, the car started to follow me, until it was clear I was leaving towards 55. Then, he turned back towards mcd s. He was not after me. He was also not fleeing the mcd parking lot.
I called to speak with the manager. Not sure I actually got the manager, but every time I started to tell my story...."you are breaking up...I can't hear you..."
The manager did not want to hear me. My phone was not breaking up.
From the same location in my house, I called a different mcds location and talked to that manager. I told that manager the whole story. (She heard me fine.). She explained that she gets lots of complaints about that location and that she knows how the employees are at that location.