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MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A McDonald’s employee has been charged with three counts of aggravated assault after officers say he pointed a gun at three customers.

The victims told detectives instead of getting two all-beef patties on a sesame seed bun, Moy was serving things up with a gun.

It all started when they walked into the restaurant on Union Avenue around 4:15 a.m. Saturday to order food. They were unaware that although the drive-thru is accessible 24 hours, the dining room does not open until 7 a.m.

When they approached the counter and asked to order, a woman who was working told them to “hold on.”

Minutes later, police said Taurean Moy came from the kitchen holding a handgun and pointed it at the customers telling them to leave. Court documents said Moy, 20, walked the customers out of the restaurant with the gun still pointed at them.

Moy later admitted to officers that he did point the gun at the customers, told them to leave and followed them to the exit.

Court records state Moy was already out of jail on a previous bond. His newest bond is set at $25,000.

WREG reached out to McDonald’s to get information but have not yet heard back.