Police: Angry ranch fan attacks 68-year-old Jack in the Box customer
SEATTLE -- A man whose love of ranch dressing is apparently equaled only by his hair-trigger temper attacked a 68-year-old customer at a Ballard Jack in the Box after informed his third packet of ranch would not be free, according to the Seattle Police Department.
According to police, the man had already asked for and received two packets of ranch from a cashier at the fast-food restaurant. When he asked for a third, he was informed it would cost 25 cents.
This caused the man to lose his temper and berate the cashier about being overcharged, according to police. The cashier, perhaps realizing he isn't paid enough to deal with this kind of thing, gave the man a third free packet of ranch.
Unsatisfied, the man continued to yell until a concerned 68-year-old customer tried to intervene. According to police, the man knocked the other customer over and left the restaurant.
Before riding off on a purple bicycle, the man mentioned something about having a knife.
Warning: If you see this man on the street, please do not mention the Dick's Drive-In condiment policy.