Mayonnaise Maniac<br><br><br>Texas jurors showed no charity for a McDonald's drive-through customer who became enraged when she was denied mayonnaise on her cheeseburger and ran over the restaurant's manager, dragging her across the parking lot and breaking her pelvis. It took the jury less than an hour to convict Waynetta Nolan, 37, of aggravated assault, a felony punishable by two to 20 years in prison. Prosecutors attributed the harsh conviction to Nolan's spectacular departure. After throwing a cheeseburger back through the takeout window, a belligerent Nolan refused to be pacified by a special-order burger with mayo, and complained that her fries had grown cold. Even after getting fresh fries, she demanded a new drink, then hit the gas and mowed down the unsuspecting manager. Guess she should've gone to Burger King, where she could have it her way. <br><br><br><br>Furthermore Archive, Wired.com<br><br>If FBIMSNGOPCIA have trouble thinking, system have trouble digitizing, this es el problemo.
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