West Coast man fires Nerf guns at Greymouth McDonald's

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The 22-year-old fired foam rubber bullets from a children's toy gun while yelling comments about the standard of the food. Photo / Supplied
The 22-year-old fired foam rubber bullets from a children's toy gun while yelling comments about the standard of the food. Photo / Supplied

A young Hokitika man apparently unhappy with standards at McDonald's in Greymouth jumped on to the counter and fired two Nerf guns during a bizarre incident on Saturday.

Greymouth prevention sergeant Paul Watson said the 22-year-old fired foam rubber bullets from a children's toy gun while yelling comments about the standard of the food on offer, at about 3.30pm.

He then scarpered but was found by police a short while later and charged with disorderly behaviour.

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