Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by alphie, Sep 10, 2007.
While the person is an idiot for serving messed up food, the cop is a bigger idiot for eating the whole thing and getting sick. At the same time, was there any proof the cop actually ate the whole thing and didn't just decide to be a dick and mess with some kid in a fast food restaraunt?
Oh goodness, a salty burger, what a huge crime................
My my, what's the world coming to?
It's the end of the world as we know it. And I feel fine.
'Cause I'm a vegetarian! Serves that poor cop right, having consumed part of a cow, horse, whatever it was that was the original base meat. It was the animal getting back at him! KARMA, BEYYOTCH! Yeah, I know, BIG stretch.
But complaining over a salted burger AFTER eating the whole damn thing? Get real. First bite, take it to their attention before you get sick numb nuts.
This is bullshit. Accidents happen. What about the manager who allowed the oversalted burgers to be sold?
And seriously, it didn't make you sick because it was salty, it made you sick because it was Mcdonalds.
Is it just me or does this guy confirm every stereotype of American cops that a foreigner such as myself might hold?
Hey, I agree. He appears to be the atypical macho, arrogant and egotistical stereotypical cop as seen in most films where the cops are the bad guys.
This story makes me ashamed to be a human being. To think that I share genetic material with this bunch makes me sick to my stomach. Bull is a young woman that made a simple mistake, she spilled salt. Who hasn't spilled something at some point in their life? She did the right thing by telling her supervisor. The supervisor was a short sighted fool for not throwing away the meat. The loss of meat is nothing compared to the potential backlash from upset customers. McDonalds should definitely fire the supervisor. However, the most horrendous mistake is that made by the Police (not just by officer Adams, but by every member of the Department that allowed this to happen). The woman @#$%ing spilled some salt. She admitted it immediately to her supervisor and later to Adams when questioned. She has made a mistake, not committed a crime. The supervisor was the one that chose to sell the food, even if Bull was the one to serve it. She is an employee with no authority whatsoever. Once she tells her boss, she has no more culpability. I hope that the judge that hears her case realizes this, dismisses all charges and orders the police department to pay her damages for wrongfull imprisonment. Bull doesn't deserve to wear a badge, since he thinks that it gives him license to harass and imprison people trying to make a living off of minimum wage. We have rapists, murderers and thieves everywhere and he is busy protecting us from @#$%ing too much salt! He needs to take a ride with Prowl_Delta_31 to see what a real Police Officer is.
I'm surprised the officer didn't run back inside and spear tackle her from over the serving counter.
*sigh... it's idiocracy at it's worse..... The employee for not making more patties and the officer for not stoping from taking bites from that salty burger.... OH THE HUMANITY!!!!!
lol, I'm so glad I'm not the only one who thought of Super Troopers.
Anyone have an animated gif of that shot?
"one burger....its for a cop"
wow that cop should be thankful its salt not spit.
Dumbasses. The poor employee. It was an accident, you don't send salty burgers to crime labs. That police officer is a dick.
Ice Cube will swarm,
On any motherfucker in a blue uniform...
I doubt the people at the crime-lab will take it seriously though.
*officer walks in with a half eaten hamburger in a bag*
Lab person: What's this?
Officer: A hamburger!
LP: I can see that... what do you want us to do with it?
Of: It's too salt! I need you too confirm that!
That cop needs to be fired, the guy at MC-donalds need to understand that you don't serve meat that's been spoiled in any way and the poor employee needs to get a big, fat check as an apology
He coulda just washed it down with a literacola.
Stupidity across the board on this one, but the cop sending her to jail over salt takes the cake. I hope he gets suspended or reprimanded in some way.
Well, she did inadvertently poison a cop. [/lawful evil]
The first thing Kendra needs to do is to retain a good lawyer.
She can sue for police harassment, breach of public trust and public humiliation.
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