Cops in South Carolina were looking for a man that tossed hot coffee at a teen working at a fast food restaurant.
The man was upset about his wait time for his french fries. After surveillance footage of the incident was released the man surrendered himself and admitted to tossing the coffee at the teenage employee.
He was being charged with second degree assault.
Police say Joshua Emery Noel had a warrant issued for his arrest on Jan. 11 for second-degree assault and battery after police released surveillance video of him throwing coffee at the 16-year-old employee in late December. Noel surrendered to police on Jan. 16 and admitted to throwing coffee on the employee.