This week on Weird and Wacky Wednesdays, we look at three cases of fast food follies. The first involves a drunk driving incident at a fast food restaurant. Then, we look at other crazy behaviour over dipping sauce. Finally, we examine a totally ridiculous way to react to a spicy chicken sandwich.
Follow the jump to learn more about this week’s weirdest and wackiest legal cases from around the globe!
Must Be Fate
If you’re going to get arrested for impaired driving, there are a bunch of things you should not do. Don’t livestream the events. Don’t wear a t-shirt that makes fun of being intoxicated or drinking. Don’t offer sexual favours to police.
But also, don’t drink and drive. Especially if your name is Ms. Booze.
Yes, in a story that is so strange it definitely could not be made up, a woman named Kanisha Booze was involved in a motor vehicle accident with a Taco Bell sign – word is it jumped out in front of her (kidding) – which led to an investigation for impaired driving. I mean, it’s hard for the officers not to suspect you’ve been drinking when that is literally your namesake, right?
Speaking of Drive-Thrus
People get really saucy over their dipping sauce. We’ve previously featured more than one story on this series about individuals who get outraged over not having access to certain Taco Bell sauces, but this time it’s an outrage at a McDonald’s.
Apparently, when McDonald’s refused to give a man the spicy buffalo dipping sauce for his McNuggets, because they were out of it, the man reacted in what can only be described as the most reasonable way possible. He called back from a different phone number, still associated to him, and threatened to bomb the restaurant.
Seems a little extreme considering he could probably travel a few miles in the other direction, hit a different McD’s, and get the sauce he wanted. But okay.
Sticking with the theme this week, two individuals are also facing a series of serious criminal charges over an incident that occurred at a Burger King.
Yes, a Tennessee couple is facing several felony counts after they literally opened fire on a Burger King restaurant because their spicy chicken sandwich was… spicy. I’m not sure what they were expecting, but the sandwich was too spicy for them so rather than return it and order a regular chicken sandwich or, you know, complain like a normal person, they allegedly pulled out guns and shot up the place.
I’m not sure what the pent up fast food rage is all about, but it is sure making me hungry.