A 31-year-old man in Norfolk, Va., apparently wanted a McJob so badly that he was driven to demand an employment application at gunpoint.

Police arrested Tevin Kievelle Monroe last week after he allegedly entered a McDonald's and told the manager that he was interested in applying for a job. When the manager explained that all job applications must be filled out online, Monroe allegedly lifted his shirt to reveal the gun tucked in his waistband, according to WAVY.com.

The manager then asked Monroe to be seated while she tracked down a paper application for him to fill out. He also took the opportunity to call 911.

Monroe was filling out the application when cops arrived on the scene. 

The suspect was charged with brandishing a firearm, carrying a concealed weapon, and disorderly conduct, reports WKTR.com.

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