He was so annoyed that the Taco Bell server had forgotten his hot sauce that he returned to the Lee's Summit, MO, that he returned with a shotgun to complain.
Combs admitted that he had purchased several items from the Missouri Taco Bell, only to return home to discover 'the Taco Bell employee had failed to include his…hot sauce, according to The Smoking Gun.
Taco Bell surveillance footage shows Combs in his Ford F-150 truck brandishing the weapon, police say.
Customer service: Combs was said to have become angry after discovering his order was not completeBut Combs denies threatening the employee with a gun and says the item was actually a tire iron.
During a search of Combs’s home, police discovered a Mossberg shotgun with live rounds of ammunition attached.
Combs later admitted having the shotgun, which has no serial number, at Taco Bell, detectives said.
He was arrested on both state and federal charges pending a detention hearing Thursday in federal court in Kansas City.
According to the criminal complaint, Combs’ record includes 14 felony arrests and three felony convictions.