We’ve all experienced the frustration of having to wait longer for food than we would have liked.

Bet you didn’t pull an AK-47 when you were told your “Hot ‘N Ready” was actually a 10 minute wait.

That’s exactly what Charles Doty, Jr., did in Knoxville, Tenn., recently.

Doty was expecting some of the “Pizza Pizza” action immediately, but was asked to wait. He demaned free breadsticks, which I don’t think was that unreasonable. However, Doty decided that wasn’t good enough and came back in with said AK-47, preventing workers and a customer who was there from leaving until he got his pizza.

The customer just gave him hers, which placated Doty and he left.

Cops decided to arrest him anyway. Shocking, I know. Doty’s charged with four counts of aggravated assault and one count of especially aggravated kidnapping. He’s being held on a $90,000 bond.

You know what they don’t have in prison? Little Caesars. Or maybe they do. It is supposed to be punishment, after all.