Man who couldn't pay for coffee with $100 bill causes scene, faces impaired charges: Guelph police
(Terry Kelly / CTV Kitchener)
KITCHENER -- Guelph police say they've arrested a man after he tried to pay for his coffee with a $100 bill, became irate, and later offered officers some rubbing alcohol to drink.
Police were called to a drive-thru establishment on Stone Road West near Edinburgh road South just before 6 a.m. Wednesday.
The man was reportedly denied his method of payment in the drive-thru and then started driving erratically in the parking lot.
The man was seen by officers out of his vehicle harassing another driver in the drive-thru, according to officials.
Police say that officers also noted a partial bottle of rubbing alcohol in the man's cup holder before he told them he was considering drinking it and offered them some.
A 44-year-old Pickering man has been charged with impaired operation by a drug. He is scheduled to appear in a Guelph court on Apr. 20.