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WILMINGTON, N.C. – A North Carolina woman faces charges after she allegedly pulled a gun at a restaurant over a wrong order of chicken wings.

WECT reported that Clarissa Gagum, 24, was arrested Thursday in connection to an incident at the FU WANGZ restaurant in Wilmington.

The suspect is accused of walking into the restaurant and ordering bone-in chicken wings.

Authorities said when she received boneless wings, she started arguing with the clerk and went to her car to get a gun.

She returned to the restaurant and started waving the gun in the air, according to WECT. Police found her outside the restaurant with the gun.

Gagum faces two counts of assault by pointing a gun and injury to personal property. She was jailed under a $30,000 bond.

Her husband faces a charge of resisting arrest and was jailed under a $500 bond.