A Necedah man has been cited for disorderly conduct. On Monday, the Juneau County Sheriff’s Office dispatched a deputy to the Necedah Kwik Trip for a driver who caused a disturbance in the store. Upon arrival, two employees told the deputy that 46-year-old Christopher Hajdas claimed that the ATM had shorted him money. The employees claim that after he called the 800 number, Hajdas became upset and started swearing at them and left the store spinning his wheel on his vehicle. The deputy took their statements and then made contact with Hajdas. Hajdas admitted that he was swearing in the store, but it was because of the shortage from the ATM and not at the employees. He also told the deputy that the reason his tires were spinning were because they were bald.