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ROCHESTER, N.H. - Tony Carr wanted to pay for his burger. Instead, police say, he ended up smooshing the microwaved patty in a store clerk's face. Police have issued an arrest warrant for Carr, 37, of Berwick, Maine. He's charged with simple assault and criminal mischief, both misdemeanors.
Investigators say Carr got angry on Nov. 28 when the clerk at a Cumberland Farms would not allow him to pay for a hamburger while it was heating in the store microwave. Police said the clerk, Scott Litzenberger, told Carr he had to bring the burger to the counter 15 feet away to pay for it.
After a sharp exchange of words, the man walked back to the microwave, removed the steaming burger and walked back to Litzenberger.
The two apparently exchanged a few brief words again, when the customer, "just lost it," according to another clerk. Instead of paying for it, Carr shoved it into the clerk's face, burning his face and eye, police Sgt. Anthony Triano said.
"That time of night, you tend to get people who are belligerent. They want things they can't have and we just try and do our job," said Bill Rollo, another clerk at the store.
Rollo said when he showed up to relieve Litzenberger, "he had a burned eye and eyeball. It was all red."
Rollo had gone on vacation later that week and was due back at the store Thursday.
"I'm sure he's fine now. I know he got it taken care of that night," Rollo said.