>As food feuds go, this is different.
Shanaya Edgell found herself, as so many of us have at one time or another, with a cheeseburger craving at 3 in the morning. Fortunately, boyfriend Darrell Page, in an act of fine boyfriendliness, drove her to a local McDonald’s so that she may satisfy it. Unfortunately for her however, the McDonald’s in question had already switched to the breakfast menu, and cheeseburgers were not on it.
this is a food feud, so you know what happens next. Yes, Edgell freaked out. But did she freak out and beat up on:
a: The drive through person?
b: the restaurant building?
C: Boyfriend Darrell Page?
I guess the link kind of gives it away, huh?
Indeed, rather than taking out her frustrations on the restaurant or a person working within, Edgell chose to pound on the only friend she had, biting his arm, hitting him in the face and ripping off his shirt. And all of this after she’d first told him she didn’t want breakfast but then getting him to drive back so she could order. She then climbed onto the hood of his vehicle so he couldn’t leave.
One thing I’ll say for Edgell is that she appears to know she’s insane, but I don’t know if that helps much.
During police questioning, Edgell confirmed that she became “upset” after discovering that McDonald’s had “switched over to the breakfast menu and…she wanted to order food off the regular menu.” She reported “freaking out over this,” adding that Page was trying to calm her down over the matter of the unavailable cheeseburgers.
When a cop asked why he had spotted her on the car’s roof, Edgell answered, “because I was acting crazy.”
She was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct, and at last word was in custody in lieu of $150 bond.
Do they serve cheeseburgers at the Rock County jail? If so, I hope they’re very clear about when.