theroot.com – And this, ladies and gentlemen, is why you should never eat Karen’s potato salad. If wypipo can’t tell dirt from seasoning…what in the water-is-too-spicy hell is this?
Fort Myers, Fla., Police Officer Tim McCormick’s complaint sent Burger King into this giant investigation after he accused employees at the fast-food chain of putting dirt in his food.
According to the Fort Myers News-Press, McCormick took to Facebook to express his outrage about the meal he received at the local Burger King. He said it seemed as if the burger had dirt in it, but didn’t notice until he was almost done (right, Mr. Greedy) and then threw out the last bite.
“I was the Officer who was served a burger at Burger King at 4004 Cleveland Avenue in Ft Myers with dirt in it, At first I thought it was just burned old bacon, I was hungry and ate the burger, at the last bite I saw dirt and grit on the burger. In disgust, I threw it out of the window,” his now-deleted Facebook post read.
McCormick said he grew suspicious after seeing his receipt clearly marked in capital letters, POLICE, something he’s never seen before. He told ABC-7 that he went in to question employees.
“Two female employees were giggling and laughing and said ‘What’s a matter officer something wrong with your burger?’” McCormick said.
He said that led him to believe they targeted him because he was a cop.
“The atmosphere that we’re dealing with as police officers today. I perceived that somebody messed with my food,” he added.
Turns out, that was a load of crap.
I’ve been laughing at this article for close to 30 minutes now, like my man really started some bullshit ass outrage because he’s lacking taste buds. I wish we coulda seen his face as he watched the video back and realized that it was just fucking salt and pepper. And to top it off he was a dick to start off and wondered why his receipt said Police, I hope breaking bad face is thoroughly embarrassed for dragging this shit out.