VALLEJO (CBS SF) — Police arrested four women who allegedly went on a wild rampage at a fast food restaurant because their drive-through order was too cold.

It happened around 12:45 p.m. Sunday at the Jack in the Box, on Lewis Brown Road in Vallejo.

“They said the food was too cold,” Lt. Herman Robinson of the Vallejo Police Department told the Los Angeles Times. The situation escalated after the manager offered to replace the meal and told them to pull into the parking lot.

“They weren’t satisfied with that,” Robinson said. “They wanted immediate service.”

The women allegedly threw drinks and food at the workers inside the drive-through window and one of them reportedly pulled a gun from the glove box, said Robinson.

“Subsequent to that, they enter the restaurant, where they basically terrorize the employees,” Robinson said.

The women allegedly knocked over the cash register and hit one employee in the head before fleeing.

The employees got their license plate number and officers were able to trace the vehicle and apprehend the women who were later identified by the restaurant manager.

Police arrested 24-year-old Ocialeena Nelson, 19-year-old Alani Reed, and 19-year-old and Najah Williams on suspicion of vandalism and trespassing. A fourth woman, 28-year-old Keyira Gipson is also suspected of probation violation. All four were taken to the Solano County jail.

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