Photo: Taco Lover Asks For Hot Sauce With 12 Gauge Shotgun
Angered that Taco Bell drive-thru employees failed to put hot sauce in his order, Jeremy Combs (30) returned with a shotgun to demand it!
A Missouri Taco Bell employee jumped out of the drive thru window terrified after a disgruntled and intoxicated taco lover came to ask for hot sauce… with his shotgun.
Taco lover and illegal shotgun owner Jeremy Combs told police officers who arrested him Saturday evening, that Taco Bell employees failed to put hot sauce in his order bag; he denied ever returning to the establishment.
When Security camera footage placed him at the scene, Combs told police officers, he did come back, but what they thought was a shotgun, was really a tire iron. Both deadly so not a good defense for Combs.
Police searched Combs house and found a loaded shotgun hidden under the mattress in the bedroom. Combs reportedly admitted to be the owner of the shotgun, and to pulling it out at Taco Bell, adding that he bought the weapon “from ‘Mark’ at a drug house in Independence, Missouri.”
Combs faces up to ten years in prison.