December 18, 2013 8:16 pm -

When you’re sitting down with a potential employer about a possible job, showing your gun may not be the best move. Instead of being behind a counter he’s now behind bars.

Norfolk, Va., police said Tevin Kievelle Monroe, 31, walked into the fast-food restaurant and asked to fill out an application, according to the Virginian-Pilot. But, when told by a manager he had to fill one out online, the wannabe trainee demonstrated poor listening skills and asked again for the application.

Told no a second time, he then lifted a shirt to reveal not a resume but a handgun, police told the Pilot. The manager then quickly found an application and handed it over, and Monroe took a seat and began filling it out, police reported.

Officers then arrived and arrested him. Monroe is now in jail on charges of brandishing a firearm, carrying a concealed weapon and disorderly conduct, the Pilot reported.