A couple of fast-food employees are now facing charges after they were busted for selling weed out of the drive-thru of a Burger King.
Garrett ‘Nasty Boy’ Norris, 20, and his alleged accomplice Meagan Dearborn, 19, were apparently selling marijuana to customers who came to the New Hampshire establishment and specifically asked for ‘extra crispy fries’.
When customers asked for the code word, they got a coffee cup filled with marijuana along with their regular order.
Police caught wind of the operation and on Saturday, an undercover policeman pulled up to the drive-thru, asked if Nasty Boy was working, and placed an order for ‘extra crispy fries’. Norris then handed him his order, followed by a coffee cup filled with weed.
SeaCoast Online reports that ‘Nasty Boy’ was ‘charged with sale of a controlled drug and possession of controlled drug with intent to distribute.’ His shift manager, Dearborn, was ‘arrested and charged with conspiracy to distribute and unlawful possession of alcohol.’ Both were released on $2,500 bail.
It’s not clear how long the pair was running their side hustle before police broke up the drive-thru operation.