The two men allegedly pointed imitation guns at a car outside the fast food restaurant after a dispute with a staff member.
A man faces criminal charges in an incident involving imitation guns outside a fast food restaurant in Melbourne.
Allegedly, on Friday night, two men had an verbal dispute with a staff member at the Malvern East branch on Dandenong Road.
After leaving the store, the men allegedly pointed imitation guns at a car in the parking lot.
It is understood that the imitation weapon is a gel blaster, a toy gun that can be used to fire polymer drops.
Police said that a 19-year-old Ashburton man and a 28-year-old Surrey Hills man were arrested shortly afterwards.
The young man was charged with possessing imitation guns and threatening to cause serious injuries.
He was released on bail and appeared at the Moorabbin Justice Center on December 3.
Pending the results of the police investigation, the 28-year-old man was acquitted.