Oversalting a Cop's Burger? Jail Time!

Just when I thought I'd heard it all: a McDonald's employee in an Atlanta suburb was arrested for "salting" a police officer:

Kendra Bull, 20, is accused of the over-seasoning of a hamburger served to Officer Wendell Adams, who was reportedly sickened by a Big N' Tasty burger served at a McDonald's in an Atlanta suburb. According to a Union City Police Department report, Bull told cops she accidentally put too much salt and pepper on the hamburger, but since managers had been concerned about waste, she "had gone ahead and used the hamburger." A copy of the police report can be found below. Investigators contend that Bull dumped the excessive condiments "on the whole hamburger on purpose." Bull, pictured in the mug shot at right, was arrested on a misdemeanor reckless conduct charge, for which she spent a night in jail before posting $1000 bail. While the illegal adulteration of food served to law enforcement officials has been widely chronicled in these pages--from loogies to pot to kitchen cleanser--Bull's bust is the first for such savory behavior.

The Smoking Gun has more: Link - Thanks Scott!

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Really R, glad you have it all figured out.. funny you refuse to see the real problem. It doesn't matter because this is racial crap. This is Atlanta. If that had been a white employee there wouldn't be any incident more than a normal response, like this: "I would like a new burger because there is too much salt on this one."
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More like, don't fuck with the police.

Seriously folks, if you work in a restaurant, don't tamper with food you serve to cops. It's really not worth it. Unless you want your mug shot featured on Neatorama, that is. ;-)
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