The McLoaded Handgun Happy Meal?

Handguns seized at a fast food restaurant in Toronto

Two men have been arrested and face a long list of charges after someone called police about a person with a gun at the McDonald's at Queen West and Spadina.

Officers showed up around 4:30 on Sunday morning and learned that a 34-year-old man was in line, when he and another man in line were approached by two men, who then started an arguement.

One of the two men who walked into the restuarant, lifted his shirt, showing a handgun.

Following a shoving match, one of the victims was knocked to the ground, but quickly ran away, fearing being shot.

The other victim from the line-up quickly followed suit.

At that point, police say, one of the suspects allegedly pointed a gun at the running duo, but didn't pull the trigger.

When police arrived, they say the two suspects running into a laneway, both were arrested and found to be carrying loaded handguns.

A 27-year-old man from Oshawa is facing 15 charges, and a 26-year-old from Mississauga is facing 10 gun-related charges.

Both have the same last names, but police can't confirm if they are brothers.

Toronto Police