31-year-old Tevin Monroe arrived at a McDonald’s restaurant and asked for an employment application. Monroe lifted his shirt to show the manager he was carrying a firearm under his waistband once he was informed he would have to fill out the form online.
There are many creative ways to land a job. A man in Norfolk, Virginia decided to use his own, not-so-wise approach and it didn’t turn out too well for him.
31-year-old Tevin Monroe arrived at a McDonald’s restaurant on St. Paul's Blvd. He approached the counter and asked for an employment application.
The manager informed him the application was only available online and it would have to be submitted through the web. Monroe didn’t seem to approve.
Instead of politely walking away, he completely blew his chances of getting the job. Monroe lifted his shirt to show the manager he was carrying a firearm under his waistband.
That was when the manager had enough. He asked Monroe to have a seat while he grabbed a paper application and called police. Officers arrested him in the restaurant as he was filling in the form with all his personal information.
Monroe is now facing charges of carrying a concealed weapon, brandishing a firearm and disorderly conduct. All of the charges are misdemeanors.