Would you like weed with that? Drive-thru drug deals busted

Asking for "extra crispy" fries would get you a little something extra at the drive-thru. Photo / Getty Images
Asking for "extra crispy" fries would get you a little something extra at the drive-thru. Photo / Getty Images

Two Burger King employees have been arrested after police said they sold drugs to drive-thru customers using a series of coded phrases.

20-year-old Garrett Norris and 19-year-old Meagan Dearborn were working at the Burger King in Epping, New Hampshire, according to Seacoast Online.

An undercover officer bought marijuana from the restaurant's drive-thru window, which led to the arrest of the pair last weekend.

Police said customers would ask for "Nasty Boy" - a code name for Norris - if they wanted a little something extra with their order. If Norris was there, the customer would ask for "extra crispy" french fries, resulting in marijuana placed in an empty cup and added to the customer's food order.

Norris and Dearborn have been released on bail and are due in court February 22.

- NZ Herald

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