Man flashes gun, demands job application at Norfolk McDonald’s
A 31-year-old man was arrested last week after an unconventional approach to job hunting.
Police say Tevin Kievelle Monroe walked into the McDonald’s on St. Paul’s Boulevard and asked the manager for a job application.
When the manager explained the application process is handled online, Monroe lifted his shirt to reveal a gun tucked into his waistband.
The manager asked Monroe to have a seat while he fetched a paper application — and called police.
Monroe was sitting at a table filling out the application when police arrived to arrest him.
He has been charged with brandishing a firearm, carrying a concealed weapon, and disorderly conduct.
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