There's one thing that grinds my gears more than just about anything, and that's when I order sauce from a fast food restaurant, drive home, and find out they don't have any sauce in the bag for my chicken nuggies. I know I'm not the only one that gets overly mad about this minor inconvenience.

Sgt. Corey Schneden with the Ankeny Police Department told WHO 13 that a 42-year-old guy named Robert Golwitzer Jr. called a McDonald's in Ankeny, Iowa around 5:20pm Saturday. In the call, he told an employee his order was incorrect.

Allegedly, Robert got out of hand and threatened to blow up the restaurant and come in and punch an employee.

WHO13 reported that according to a criminal complaint filed in the case, police reached out to Golwitzer at the phone number. He admitted to his threat over the phone, and later in an interview with the police also came with a confession.

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He's been charged with a Class D felony, false report of explosive or incendiary device.

Golwitzer was booked into the Polk County Jail on Saturday, and was released on bond Sunday.

Read more at WHO13 

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