42 year old Robert Golwitzer Jr reportedly told a local McDonald’s that he hopes they “blow up” after an employee forgot his nugget dipping sauce with his meal. He also allegedly threatened to punch the employee over the mistake.
The police were able to find out his identity after the Mcdonald’s employees turned over his phone number, as all of the threats were made over a call. The police called the number and Golwitzer confessed to making the threat immediately. He then went to the police station to confess again, where he was charged with making a false report of an explosive or incendiary device, a class D felony. He was booked into Polk county jail and released on bond on Sunday.
This is the second violent incident to occur at a Mcdonald’s this month, following a man that threatened to “execute everyone” after not being able to order a Happy Meal from the breakfast menu. The employees that were on scene reported that a Doordash driver became agitated and before leaving the restaurant said out loud that he would return and execute everyone and was seen brandishing a handgun.
He was also charged and held in a local jail with a $1,500 bond.