Sonic manager gets punched and body-slammed by customer after jalapeno mix-up

A manager at a Sonic fast-food restaurant in Tulsa, Oklahoma is recovering from an altercation he got into with two customers who were not pleased with the incorrect order they received.

At a little before 7:30 p.m. on Saturday night, Quantaurius Simmons and Andres “Bri” Brisco, as well as two other individuals, arrived at the drive-thru of the Sonic located approximately 10 miles south of downtown Tulsa. They had ordered a hot dog and a side of jalapeno poppers, but instead received a hot dog with jalapeno toppings. This caused Simmons and Brisco to become extremely upset, and Simmons began to argue with an employee.

The manager then tried to step in, but Simmons then attempted to enter the facility, which is restricted to employees only. The manager prevented him from doing so, and Simmons then grabbed the manager and punched him.

“Simmons then dragged the manager outside, punched him numerous times, then body slammed the manager onto the ground and kept punching him some more,” according to Tulsa police.

Brisco then got involved in the altercation but ended up hitting the other suspect more than the victim. The manager was taken to the hospital to get treatment for his injuries, and the suspects were later found at a nearby apartment complex and arrested. Both Simmons and Brisco have been charged with aggravated assault and battery.