News – “Woman Arrested After Trying to Order Breakfast Sandwich from Jail Security Booth”

munchies.vice.com – A few years ago, McDonald’s had a commercial starring a sleepy-eyed twentysomething who stopped every attempt at communication with a raised hand and a terse “Don’t even talk to me until I’ve had my coffee.” Lizabeth Ildefonso took a similar approach to on Friday morning, refusing to speak with anyone until she got her bacon, egg, and cheese sandwich, even when the person she was talking to said, “Lady, you’re at the Riverhead Correctional Facility.”

According to the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office, at a little after 10 AM on Friday, Ildefonso drove up to the security office at the Riverhead Correctional Facility on the north shore of Long Island, New York; she then rolled down her window and asked for a bacon, egg, and cheese breakfast sandwich. Deputy Sheriff Yvonne DeCaro told her that she was actually outside a jail, but Ildefonso was reportedly undeterred. “The driver insisted that she really wanted a sandwich,” the Sheriff’s Office said in a statement. (“So you’re saying they stop serving breakfast at 10 AM,” one commenter wrote).

DeCaro noticed that, in addition to mistaking a medium-to-maximum security facility for a McDonald’s, Ildefonso also had dilated pupils, glassy eyes, and a “white powder residue in her left nostril.” DeCaro asked her to step out of her vehicle for a field sobriety test and—spoiler alert—she did poorly. In addition to all of that, Ildefonso didn’t have a valid driver’s license, either. She was promptly arrested and charged with felony Driving While Ability Impaired by Drugs and driving without a license, which means that she’s probably still waiting for her breakfast sandwich.


I mean who hasn’t rolled up to a maximum security facility high off coke at 10 am and tried to order a bacon egg and cheese?! Thank you Lizabeth for providing us one of the best food related stories of 2018 so far

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