Hungry drivers faced drive-thru mayhem at the Skegness McDonald’s when an allegedly drunk man on a mobility scooter was arrested.
Michael Ernest Green, 62, will appear in court facing charges of being drunk in charge of a carriage after police were called to the takeaway restaurant on Grand Parade at around 3.30pm on Monday, August 1.
People at the scene reported that a man on a mobility scooter was refusing to move from the McDonald’s drive thru window when staff wouldn’t serve him.
The scene attracted crowds of people and left other drivers reportedly facing a drive-thru delay of around an hour.
He was reportedly breathalysed when officers arrived and was arrested and charged by police.
He will appear before Skegness Magistrates’ Court on August 30.