It's not easy for the restaurant workers on the front lines of the food industry.
Not only are many overworked and underpaid, but fast food restaurants seem to be magnets for bizarre break-ins, thefts, and vandalism.
The most recent in this long line of fast food crime is an incident which took place last week at an Oklahoma City Arby's, where a man allegedly jumped on the counter and demanded food from employees, insisting that he was from the future.
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The man, identified by Oklahoma's FOX 25 as 36-year-old Dante Rashad Anderson, finally stormed out of the Arby's but not before snatching some bacon and chicken.
"He was possibly under the influence of some sort of narcotic or intoxicant or suffering from some type of break with reality. He did mention that he is from four years in the future and that is how people will get food during that period of time," Sgt. Gary Knight of the Oklahoma City Police Department told FOX 25. Once he exited the restaurant, Anderson's rampage continued outside, where he began kicking cars and "eating bacon as he crossed the street."
"He jumped up like he was Chuck Norris and just kicked the crap out of my car. I mean, he kicked it so hard you could just feel the momentum of him kicking it," one witness said.
Though Anderson allegedly told police that he was "four years advanced" and that he comes from a planet where "everyone is dead," it's unlikely that he has any real time-travelling abilities—he was not able to evade police and was subsequently arrested on a complaint of robbery by force or fear, assault, and battery and destruction of property.