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Police: Man threatens to blow up Popeye's Chicken after they don't have the food he wants

Alfred Bell, 36, was arrested June 13 in Oklahoma City on a complaint of planning or threatening a violent act. (Oklahoma County Jail)

A man was arrested and accused of threatening to blow up an Oklahoma City fast food restaurant after they didn't have the food he wanted.

Oklahoma County court records show Alfred Bell, 36, was arrested June 13 on a complaint of planning or threatening a violent act.

Police were notified at approximately 8:45 p.m. June 13 that a passenger in a vehicle going through the drive-thru of Popeye's Chicken was upset that the restaurant did not have the food he wanted.

The vehicle then drove up to the window and the passenger, later identified as Bell, allegedly stated "I'm gonna blow this bi*** up. I'm gonna come back and it's not gonna be nice."

Later the man allegedly came back and was driving the vehicle. Bell allegedly stated again to an employee "F*** you. I'm gonna get you too. I'm gonna blow it up."

Bell was later arrested by authorities and booked into the Oklahoma County Jail.

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