Lloyd Edward Johnson who pulled a gun after an encounter with teens inside an McDonald's was sentenced to 45 days in jail and three years on probation. The judge also ordered that Johnson can’t possess a firearm for the rest of his life. The sentence came after Johnson pleaded guilty to one felony count of terroristic threats. Besides jail time and community service, Johnson was fined $3,000. ——————————————————— a 17-year old Muslim girl who said she was trying to pay for her food with Apple Pay but that the system wasn't working. She said a man in back of her started complaining that she and a friend were taking too long, and told them to hurry up. The man allegedly said, "You were probably trying to pay with EBT," insinuating that the teens were on welfare. At that point, the teen said she turned around to confront the man, later identified as Johnson, over his statement. She said he stepped up, got into her face and balled up his fist as if he would strike her... (more teens were involved )during the argument he pulled his gun out. —————————————————- "That night I was hungry, I was coming home from work, I was impatient and I just acted out," Johnson said in court Friday, reflecting on that fateful night. "I never meant to hurt anybody. I apologize just heartfelt, profusely for that."