Police say a Boston man threatened to shoot employees of a clam shack after his order came back too well done.
Employees of Tony's Clam Shop on Quincy Shore Dr. in Wollaston told authorities the suspect placed an order around 9:45 p.m. Saturday, but complained about it and sent it back, according to The Patriot Ledger.
The paper reports he was given a fresh order, but complained that one was too small and began swearing at employees, threatening to "shoot this place up."
Robert Bullock, 28, of the Dorchester section of the city was taken into custody near Neponset Circle, says the Ledger.
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He is charged with threatening to commit a crime, disorderly conduct and causing an evacuation.