Daily Dose of Great Police Work: Less than Golden Behavior Leaves One McDonald’s Customer Reassessing his Lack of Table Manners - At about 9:39 am, Thursday, December 25, 2014, officers from District C-11 (Dorchester) responded to a call for a person creating a disturbance at the McDonald’s at 605 Washington Street in Dorchester. On arrival, officer spoke to store personnel who stated that an individual entered the store, sat down at a table and began rolling a blunt (a marijuana-filled cigar). In light of the restaurant’s no smoking policy, the suspect was asked to leave the restaurant. After being asked to leave, the suspect began yelling and screaming obscenities at both customers and store employees before exiting the store. Less than an hour later, officers received a second call stating that the suspect had returned to the Golden Arches. According to the store personnel, the suspect returned to Mickey D’s and again began cursing at customers and restaurant employees. In addition to the stream of profanities, the suspect dropped his pants in the middle of the store and began exposing himself to all inside. Officers intercepted the suspect as he exited the store and place him under arrest.
Officers arrested and charged Peter Fanfan, 28, of Boston and charged him with Open & Gross Lewdness, Disturbing the Peace and Threats.