NEWBURG, Pa. (AP) — State police have cited a New York man for allegedly becoming enraged when he couldn’t get macaroni-and-cheese at a Pennsylvania Turnpike rest stop.

The Associated Press couldn’t find a phone number for 47-year-old Kevin Nelson, of Amsterdam, who was cited for disorderly conduct Wednesday stemming from an incident on Monday night.

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That’s when police say Nelson stopped at a Roy Rogers at a rest stop in Hopewell Township, Cumberland County.

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Police say Nelson became “angry and agitated and began to curse” after employees told them they were out of macaroni-and-cheese. Police say Nelson then went to get a coffee from another vendor, and returned to order potatoes at the Roy Rogers. Told they were out of potatoes, too, Nelson allegedly became enraged and began throwing condiments over the counter.

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