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Coffee rager at Roxbury McDonald's takes out frustration on glass pastry case, police say

Wanted for mid-day coffee rage

Boston Police report this guy got steaming mad over the way a worker at the McDonald's at 301 Warren St. in Roxbury prepared his coffee around 12:15 p.m. on Thursday, to the point where he felt he had grounds to shove "a glass encased bakery warmer off the counter, causing it to shatter behind the counter."

If Time for Decaf Guy looks familiar, contact detectives at 617-343-4275 or the anonymous tip line by calling 800-494-TIPS or by texting TIP to CRIME (27463).

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Dude *really* needed his caffeine.

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from "A Christmas Story" is for that hood to have bunny ears.

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Has gone way off track here.

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pretty particular about the way my hot brown is prepared, so I can relate, though I would never take it out on cake.

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"hot brown" to mean coffee. It always makes me think of the Louisville open-faced turkey sandwich (which can be pretty tasty.)

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my friend Barbara who uses it to differentiate between her two favorite (non-boozie) drinks.
Hot brown —> coffee.
Cold brown —> Diet Coke.

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@Homer Bedloe I think Barbara has a chance to add to the Boston English dictionary. "Hot brown" just might catch on!

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Why is BPD spending time on a case of a broken bakery warmer? Is this a part of the new funding reallocation?

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I cannot stop laughing at this dude's onesie. If I saw him on the street, I would spurt coffee out my nose.

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But I guess not comfy enough to counteract the rageahol or whatever.

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separates, not a onesie. My Ralphie bunny-suit PJs comparison still stands.

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