New Hampshire Burger King Caught Selling Weed as ‘Extra Crispy Fries’
Secret menus aren’t a novel idea in fast food. But the one at the Burger King in Epping, New Hampshire, was innovative, at the very least.
Police arrested an employee and assistant manager this week, after an investigation by the Rockingham County Drug Task Force determined Garrett Norris, 20, was allegedly selling marijuana under the code name “extra crispy fries.”
According to police, buyers would pull up to the drive-thru window, ask if “Nasty Boy” was working, and order “extra crispy fries.” Norris would serve the spurious spuds—er, buds—in a Burger King coffee cup separate from the food order, police said.
Nasty Boy Norris was charged with the sale of a controlled drug and possession of controlled drug with intent to distribute. Meagan Dearborn, a 19-year-old assistant manager, was also charged with conspiracy to distribute drugs and unlawful possession of alcohol. Both are due in 10th Circuit Court later next month.