August 1, 2010
ATLANTA (AP) -- Police say a man who robbed a Wendy's at gunpoint was so upset with his haul that he twice called the fast food restaurant to complain.
A man wearing a ski mask and holding a gun walked up to the drive-through window of an Atlanta Wendy's about 11:15 Saturday night. He told an employee to put the cash drawer on the counter.
The robber grabbed the drawer and ran away.
Police say he later called the fast food restaurant to complain about the lack of cash.
In one call he said that "next time there better be more than$586." He made a similar threat" in the second call, police said.