If you’re ordering a sweet tea on the McDonald’s on Hilton Head Island in South Carolina, be very cautious about asking for “extra lemon.” At least in accordance with Parrish Brown, a 24-year-old man from Charleston who ordered his sweet tea this manner, drank it at work, acquired tremendous excessive, after which found there have been three bags of weed in his cup that he’d by chance punctured with his straw.
Brown informed the Hilton Head paper, The Island Packet, that he’d by no means had weed earlier than, so he didn’t acknowledge the flavour. He saved ingesting, hoping that the tea would begin to style higher. By the time he gave up, he mentioned, he was “high as a kite.” His father suggested him to name 911. Getting somebody to take his criticism significantly was, he mentioned, an ordeal.
“I kept being like ‘I swear, there is weed in my sweet tea!’” he informed The Island Packet. “The officer asked me why I drank it and I was like, ‘Well, I was thirsty!’”
Brown had additionally ordered a 10-piece Chicken McNugget and a double cheeseburger and mentioned these had been fully regular. He mentioned he’d been charged the common worth.
The Hilton Head police are trying into the matter.
The Island Packet helpfully notes that this isn’t the primary time authorities have found quick meals eating places getting used as a entrance for drug offers. Also, “in accordance with a 2017 survey, McDonalds is the No. 1 favourite quick meals joint amongst hashish customers in legalized states, Forbes reported.” Now you already know.