Skip to comments.Maryland fast-food customer gets a bag of pot with her fries
Posted on 06/27/2014 8:05:40 PM PDT by Rusty0604
A Maryland woman who ordered a meal at a Sonic Corp fast-food restaurant got something extra with her French fries - a bag of marijuana.
Carla McFarland, 35, of Frederick, Maryland, and her children, ages 6 and 8, were about to eat a chicken strips lunch on Thursday when she discovered a small, green plastic bag of marijuana in her fries, according to the Frederick County Sheriff's Office.
Spokeswoman Lieutenant Jennifer Bailey said on Friday no arrests had been made and the incident is under investigation.
McFarland said a Sonic employee claimed ownership of the marijuana and was promptly fired. McFarland also called police.
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They trying to give people the munchies to boost sales?
Again? Must have gotten the munchies and went back for more.
I would hit it.
Now THAT’S a Happy Meal!
If the employee admitted the pot was hers, why hasn’t she been arrested? Do they want to send a SWAT team into her house instead to make it look good?
Gee, my hometown makes the news. The last time I was there (over 45 years ago), the biggest worry was drinking from a bad batch of moonshine. I guess Frederick has grown up. LOL!
Just what the Bloomberg crowd needs to demand that we “tax the hell” out of french fries.
“....when she discovered a small, green plastic bag of marijuana in her fries....”
Could it have been wasabi?
The employee immediately got fried.
SWAT only targets conservatives and service dogs. Please try to keep up.
I wanted to mention dogs but since this wasn’t a dead dog thread...
Somebody should star a “my hometown” thread sometime. That would be fun and educational.
Combined DANG! and Maryland “Freak State” PING!
This never happens to me.
Seriously? Someone said: that’s mine. Like my one sis-in-law did when the other sis-in-law dropped a joint on their mom’s floor? LOL, they got away with it then, but that won’t work with the cops!
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