Photo: Brian Jagger/YouTube A screenshot of a YouTube video taken by Brian Jagger, showing a Morro Bay Burger King employee driving his car into a drive-through window following a prank call. A screenshot of a YouTube video taken by Brian Jagger, showing a Morro Bay Burger King employee driving his car into a drive-through window following a prank call. Burger King employees in Morro Bay did more than smash windows over a prank call last Saturday. A manager went so far as to ram his car into the building to, presumably, save the employees within from a supposed gas leak — causing a total of $35,000 in damage. The chaotic night started with a late-night phone call to the Burger King on 781 Quintana Rd. where a prankster allegedly claimed to be from the local fire department. The caller reported that there was a gas leak at that location and instructed the employees to break all of the windows, according to The Tribune. The Burger King staff allegedly did just that, breaking "more than a dozen windows" to provide ventilation, Cal Coast News wrote. Another employee also drove his car and crashed into a part of the drive-through window. That person was later identified by the owner of the restaurant as the manager on duty at the time, KSBY News reported. Brian Jagger, 28, recorded part of the incident on his cell phone and told the Daily News, "It looked like someone's way of going out with a bang." "I saw a few employees busting out the front windows with stools as another drove through the front entrance with his car. Basically wreaking havoc on the place," Jagger said. (Jagger's video is below, but does contain some explicit language) That manager was suspended, according to the KSBY News report, and the restaurant underwent repairs and reopened for business three days later. Police are still investigating the incident.