FRANKSTON — Joe Beard owns Hickory House Barbecue, right off of Highway 155 in Frankston.
On Saturday afternoon...after allegedly vandalizing a church down the road and tearing up a pickup truck next door at 'Vans' -- 26-year-old Joshua Bradley Mundell broke into Beard's restaurant.
"He had just come in and just trashed things, throwing paint around and pulling things off the wall and off the ceiling, it was kind of like he just selected certain things that bothered him so he just pulled em off the wall," Beard said.
Beard says during the odd visit, Mundell broke several things, threw some firewood into the dumpster and instead of just using an old door to get out...he decided to rip through the screen next to it with a hatchet!
Perhaps the most costly, Beard says he threw a bucket of red paint, ruining the carpet...and drenching himself.
Mundell's next stop? Officials tell KETK....the neighborhood behind Hickory House...
"I was on the couch watching television and he was looking in the window and trying to come in the doors," said homeowner Jensy Bizzell.
Mundell then reportedly went to the storage building behind Jensy Bizzell's house where he once again allegedly just messed up some stuff and tried to take some pajamas and a can of bubbles.
"So when he came out...my father-in-law held him down on the ground at gunpoint," Bizzell said.
When help arrived, Bizzel says Mundell was screaming that he had been shot.
Noticing he was covered in a blood-red substance...authorities say they tried to help him.
"They had the ambulance out here and everything like that and were loading him up on the ambulance before they figured out that he wasn't shot he just had red paint on him," Beard said.
The damage to his restaurant is between 4 and 5 thousand dollars.
They're going to start opening on Saturday's to make up for the losses.
Frankston Mayor Al Mann tells KETK, Mundell is currently in the Anderson County Jail charged with burglary of a building.
His bail is set at $25,000.