Kansas man flips out, gets arrested for tantrum over Chik-fil-A sauce

exterior of a chic-fil-a fast food restaurant
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Wichita, KS – Police arrested a man after he became aggressive and threw punches apparently over a fast food condiment at a local Dillon's supermarket.

James Adam Hirsh, 37, was booked into the Sedgwick County Jail on Thursday on suspicion of three counts of aggravated assault and one count of aggravated criminal threat, as reported by The Wichita Eagle.

A police spokesperson said the tantrum in the Dillon's was because of Chik-fil-A sauce being for sale. But it wasn't clear if it was because of the presence of the sauce on the shelves, or because of the sales price.

The Wichita Eagle reports: “Hirsh was asked to calm down or leave the store when he began throwing punches,” Charley Davidson, police spokesperson said. “Private security detained Hirsh until he calmed down. Hirsh then threatened staff, exited the store, and got into his car. He drove his vehicle toward the entrance doors of the business, where staff were standing before leaving.”

No one was hurt in the incident.