Rudi Batten will be serving six years in jail after being convicted in the case of a robbery of a McDonald's in England.

The incident took place in February of this year, when Rudi walked into a Bristol, England McDonald's around 7am and demanded two things: All the money in the safe, and some Chicken McNuggets.

Rudi was using an air gun that looked real, and a knife to scare the employees into doing what he wanted.

The employees gave him the $600 or so that was in the safe, but they held their ground on the Chicken McNuggets. They told him it was Breakfast Hours, so they could only offer him a Sausage McMuffin.

It just goes to show that even if you're pointing a gun in a McDonald's employee's face, you will not be ordering Lunch items during Breakfast Hours. Not in this restaurant.

Read more at Daily Mail

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