He put some speed in this fast food order.
An Oklahoma restaurant customer found a bag of methamphetamine in his order, police said.
The unidentified customer was at a Carl’s Jr. in Skiatook on Monday when he noticed a crystal substance in a small bag inside his bag, local Fox affiliate KOKI reported. The man showed a manager, who gave him a new, meth-less replacement order.
The customer also took photos to police in the 8,500-person town about 15 miles north of Tulsa. Cops returned to the restaurant and tested the crystal substance to confirm it was meth. Officers then arrested Bryce Francis, a Carl’s Jr. employee.
Francis was charged with distribution of a controlled substance within 2,000 feet of school and possession of a controlled substance, Skiatook police said in a Facebook post. The Carl’s Jr. restaurant is within 2,000 feet of Skiatook High School.