Sunday, April 10, 2016

Smash Our Windows Your Way at BK Today!

This is so pathetic ...

Several employees of a Burger King fast-food outlet in Minnesota were persuaded by a prank caller posing as a fire official to smash the restaurant’s windows, convinced that rising gas pressure was threatening to cause an explosion, police said Saturday.

The restaurant manager told arriving officers she had just received a phone call from a man identifying himself as a fire department official who seemed to have a working knowledge of commercial fire safety systems, which he asked her to check, according to Hawley.

As he gave her “updates,” the caller insisted the gas buildup was reaching excessive levels, and finally warned that the restaurant was in danger of exploding unless the exterior windows were immediately broken to relieve pressure, Hawley said. [...]

After quickly ushering out the handful of customers who were present at the time, the manager and three other employees ran out to their cars, grabbed tire irons and other objects and began smashing all the glass ringing the building.

And they want to be paid $15 an hour. Sigh. The town where this took place is called Coon Rapids. Seriously. Oh, irony. Let's stop a moment and reflect. No, seriously. Stop reading this and just sit back a moment and reflect on the world you live in.




I can hear the troll-sympathizers now ... Oh, A-drey-drey. Don't overreact. It's just a joke. It's not like there's a pattern of these things happening. Actually, it is like there is a pattern of these things happening...

... someone placed a similar call to a Burger King in Shawnee, Oklahoma, Thursday night, claiming high levels of carbon monoxide. Window damage was put at $10,000. A similar call about a gas leak a Burger King in Morro Bay, California, resulted in $35,000 in damage in February.

If the 'Kwa has dumbed its people down this far, what can't you trick them to do?


  1. Dihydrogen Monoxide is nigger kryptonite.

    1. Hence the tried and true method of turning the hoses upon them when they form packs.