Florida Couple Assaults Dunkin Donuts Worker with Gun Over Wrong CoffeeS

Surveillance cameras inside a Florida Dunkin' Donuts store captured footage of two irate customers using a loaded gun to assault an employee because he gave them the wrong kind of coffee.

Jeffrey Wright, 27, and his wife Alexis Longo, 22, entered the Lauderhill establishment around 1 PM on Tuesday after placing a drive-thru order that was apparently botched.

According to Lauderhill Police, Longo had asked for vanilla-flavored coffee, but instead received caramel-flavored coffee.

An argument with employee Rajay Hall over the mix-up soon came to blows, with Wright pulling out his fully loaded Taurus Slim 9mm handgun and using it to hit the employee over the head a number of times.

Lauderhill Police spokesman Lt. Mike Butkus said Longo was heard by several witnesses telling Wright to shoot the manager.

Wright is a security guard by trade, and has a permit to carry concealed weapons.

Both Wright and Longo were arrested and booked into Broward County jail.

While Wright was charged with felony aggravated battery, his wife was charged with misdemeanor simple battery.

A coworker of Hall said he was doing fine. "I heard the blow connect. But he’s OK. He’s a tough kid," said Gary Benjamin.

[H/T: Opposing Views, screengrab via NBC Miami, mug shots via The Smoking Gun]