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Boy, 12, Points Gun at Classmate’s Head then Demands Chicken Nugget

NEW YORK – A 12-year-old New York City boy allegedly pulled a gun on a classmate and demanded she give him a chicken nugget earlier this week, said NYPD officials.

It was his second attempt to get a chicken nugget from the girl, police said. The boy noticed the girl buy Chicken McNuggets at a McDonald’s on Lexington Avenue and East 103rd Street in Manhattan Tuesday.

When he asked her for a McNugget, she refused.

The boy allegedly followed the girl into a nearby subway station, pointed a gun at her head and demanded a McNugget again, police said. The girl smacked the gun away from her head and told the boy to leave her alone.

She boarded the train unharmed, police said. The girl said she later saw the boy showing the gun to another child on the train.

Police took the boy into custody on Wednesday after the girl reported the incident to school officials.

8 comments

  • ricardoqueso

    1) The boy allegedly followed the girl into a nearby subway station, pointed a gun at her head and demanded a McNugget.
    – we don’t even need to see his picture to know what he looks like.
    2) The girl smacked the gun away from her head and told the boy to leave her alone.
    – this girl is awesome.

  • Lloyd Schmucatelli

    I thought NY had extra strict gun laws? Shouldn’t that have stopped this? Maybe they need even stricter gun laws! :/

  • WarningFakeNews

    It might surprise people to know that about 100 years ago or so, school kids in NYC would bring guns to school for marksmanship training. They would ride public transportation with them to get there.

  • whatever831

    And not a single adult saw this take place? The girl just smacked the gun out of her face and said leave her alone, apparently it ain’t no thang.

    • BE NICE

      I would say a 12 year old boy walking the streets with a gun is definitely a concern. The fact that the girl pushed the gun away and walked, doesn’t mean everything’s okay. This happened in New York City, kids are tougher there because they’re faced with this kind of thing more often. He didn’t hurt anyone with that gun…yet.

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