No fast-food kids meal is complete without a toy, but a marijuana pipe was not what a family expected to find in their grandson’s dinner at a Burger King in Dundee, MI. The meal was bought for a four-year-old boy by his grandfather after they visited a nearby waterpark.
Dundee police arrested a Burger King employee suspected of leaving a pipe in a kid’s meal box that was later served to customers.
They say the employee hid the pipe in the box to conceal it from his employers while he worked his shift , and never meant for it to be given out. The employee now faces charges for possession of drugs and drug paraphernalia.
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