WILMINGTON, N.C. (WECT) – The woman accused of pulling out a gun after getting a wrong order of wings is speaking out.
Clarissa Gagum, 24, and her husband, Rasheem Gagum, 24, were both arrested outside FU Wangz on Carolina Beach Road.
The owner of FU Wangz says Clarissa Gagum wanted boneless wings but instead got bone-in wings.
Clarissa Gagum told WECT she wasn’t upset about the chicken, but rather bad customer service.
“Any other time, like I order my food they get the order wrong,” Clarissa Gagum said. “They replace it for me. Yesterday they did not do that. They didn’t want to give us the money back. They didn’t even want to replace the food. I guess he had a bad day and took it out on us or whatever.”
However, police say Clarissa Gagum took it out on the restaurant workers. The owner of FU Wangz says she threw the carton of wings onto the floor, then left and came back with a gun. He says Gagum waved the gun around violently, hitting the glass tip jar and cutting her hand.
When police got to FU Wangz, they say Clarissa Gagum was outside still holding the gun. She’s charged with assault by pointing a gun and injury to personal property. Her husband, Rasheem, was charged with resisting arrest.
The owner of FU Wangz says Clarissa Gagum orders wings there all the time. He says the business has only been open about five months and never thought something like this would happen over an order of wings.