A North Carolina woman was tased in front of her 3-year-old daughter Saturday when she cut in line at a McDonald's drive-thru and refused to wait in line, according to ABC News and the New York Times.
Evangeline Lucca, 37, skipped the order screen at a McDonald's in Hope Mills, N.C. and went directly to the pick-up window, where she was told she should go to the end of the line by McDonald's employees, according to ABC.
Lucca refused to move from the drive-thru, holding up the line for 20 minutes before police arrived on the scene, according the New York Times.
According to the Cumberland County Sherrif's Office, Lucca was confrontational when deputies arrived, and police were forced to use a stun gun, ABC News reported.
Lucca was charged with second-degree trespassing and her daughter was taken into protective custody, according to the New York Times.