A South Carolina woman was arrested earlier this week after she allegedly threatened to shoot up a Burger King because she was served a stale Cinnabon roll.

Police said Thursday that Andrea Ann McCullough, 33, of Kingstree, South Carolina, was charged with assault and battery in connection with the May 13 incident at a Burger King in Mount Pleasant, the Charleston Post and Courier reported.

McCullough was released from jail Wednesday after posting $10,000 bail, according to the paper.

The 33-year-old woman allegedly threatened to “shoot everyone” at the Burger King and screamed at one of the fast-food restaurant’s employees to complain that her Cinnabon roll wasn’t fresh, Greenville, South Carolina, NBC affiliate WYFF reported.

McCullough then briefly left the Burger King but returned minutes later and said she would “shoot everyone,” according to a police report obtained by WYFF. Witnesses identified McCullough as the woman who made the threat.

One witness said they heard McCullough say, “I’m going to shoot down the place,” while her hand was inside a purse. McCullough then left the Burger King when employees called police.