Police are looking for a man who allegedly pulled a gun after learning a Houston Popeyes was sold out of chicken sandwiches.
The incident happened Monday night. Houston TV station KTRK says the man initially went through the drive-through and became upset.
He then parked and, accompanied by several other people who had been in the car with him, rushed the restaurant's front door. A worker spotted the gun and was able to lock the door before they could enter.
The group reportedly left a baby unattended in the car while they tried to force their way inside.
Security cameras might have captured the incident, KTRK says.
If found, the man could face criminal charges, according to Houston police.
"It was more of an aggravated assault because he was displaying a weapon and threatened employees," Lt. Larry Crowson told the station.
The Popeyes sandwiches became a social media sensation shortly after they debuted last month, quickly selling out. The restaurant has promised to bring them back soon.
One Tennessee man recently sued the chain over the chicken sandwich shortage.