Boost Mobile store in Tennessee gets an ad hoc drive-thru window

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Of course, this isn’t the first time someone has made their own drive-thru in a store.

A Boost Mobile store in East Ridge, Tennessee now has a drive-thru window thanks to one angry customer. Apparently, the customer was upset for some unknown reason and decided to drive their vehicle into the store. The incident took place just after 2:00 pm local time at the Boost Mobile store on Ringgold Road. Police Chief Stan Allen told WRCB TV that the customer drove a Lincoln Town Car into the store. One person was taken to the hospital with injuries because of this incident. You can check out WRCB’s website for the video.

Of course, this isn’t the first time someone has made their own drive-thru in a store. Last year, another customer in Florida had the same idea for a T-Mobile store and drove her SUV into the establishment. You can watch that video below.

In another incident, a customer drives straight into what looks like a cake shop. It’s unknown if this incident was intentional or an accident. Either way, it’s a jarring experience to have a car fly into your store.

Finally, here is another incident where you can see the customer purchase some goods and for unknown reasons, drive the car into the gas station store. This incident looked like it was not intentional.

I can’t imagine being involved in such an incident. The Boost Mobile and T-Mobile incidents were intentional, which makes them even more chilling. To think that a person would be in such a state of mind to decide to drive a 2,000-pound weapon into a building with people in it. These incidents are pretty crazy and not something I’d ever want to witness.

What do you think of this Boost Mobile incident? What do you think of people driving their cars into stores like this? Let us know in the comments below or on Google+, Twitter, or Facebook.

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