When you place an order at Burger King, you can't be sure what you're going to get. Take, for example, this hot dog.
But according to police in Epping, New Hampshire, customers at a local Burger King knew exactly what they were ordering when they rolled up to the drive-thru during the shifts of two particular employees, Garrett Norris, 20, and Meagan Dearborn, 19. See, Garrett and Meagan had a thriving side business selling marijuana through the drive-thru window. Amazing? Yes. But this story gets even better when you hear the secret codes they used to pull it off.
Customers would pull into the drive-thru and ask for "Nasty Boy" to ensure Garrett was working. "Once it was verified he was working they had to ask for their fries extra crispy," explains the Epping police chief to NH1.com. Of course "extra crispy fries" actually meant "please throw a bag of marijuana in with my Whopper meal, thank you."
Police arrested Garrett, AKA Nasty Boy, and Meagan, his supervisor/co-conspirator last Saturday. Thus, Epping, New Hampshire's golden era of drive-thru pot sales officially came to an end.
The two Burger King employees apparently never put marijuana into the actual food, explaining they sold their pot as a side dish in a separate container. But if they wanted to get creative with their culinary creations, they could probably open a successful drive-thru for hungry stoners in Colorado or Oregon.