Police arrested a man after attempting to stop a car at McDonald’s in Deception Bay, Queensland

Police have filed a huge string of charges after ambushing a man in the driveway of a McDonald’s restaurant in Queensland.

Police bodycams captured the moment when officers swooped down on the driver at the pub’s loudspeaker post around 2.20pm on Wednesday, went to the window of his vehicle and told him to “turn off the car”.

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Instead, the Ford Falcon flew around the drive-thru curve before crashing into another hungry customer’s car on Deception Bay Road in Deception Bay, slightly injuring them.

The suspected driver, 30, fled the scene on foot and was arrested a short time later at an address in Awaba Ct, authorities said.

And there was no gentle police response as the Deception Bay man was charged with 26 counts of drug, weapons and traffic offenses.

Police made the arrest after stopping a car outside a Queensland fast food restaurant. Credit: Queensland Police

These included six counts of dangerous drug possession, one count of dangerous driving, failure to comply with the duties of a driver involved in an accident, unlawful possession of a firearm, required authorization to possess explosives and possession of a knife in a public place, and possession of property suspected of being connected to the commission of a drug-related offence.

He will appear again in Caboolture Magistrates Court on August 24.

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James Brien

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