Wednesday, April 19, 2017

McD's workers catch a killer

TMZ explained how police caught Steve Stephens, the serial killer who posted his murder of a 74-year-old man on Facebook.

Workers at McDonald's held his fries.



The delay was just enough to allow police to catch up, which led to his suicide, sparing us from having to listen to his sob story about his life.

From TMZ:
Stephens went through the drive-thru at the McDonald's on Buffalo Road in Erie, PA when one of the workers recognized him. He ordered a 20-piece McNugget and a large fry ... but workers made it seem the fries weren't ready so they could buy time.
According to the restaurant's manager ... Stephens got his nuggets, but then said he had to go and he drove off without the fries. It was enough time for cops to get on his tail.
Facebook may look into its policies about posting murders online.




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7 comments:

  1. NOBODY drives away from an order of Mickey D's fries unless they are insane.

    Oops...point proven accidentally!

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  2. McD workers are not dummies.

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  3. So, will McD fire the employee for not selling the fries now?

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  4. Once again, someone from Steelers land got the best of a nutcase from Browns land.

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  5. All they had to do was use the United Airlines excuse.
    Yeah, we sold you those fries, but one of employees is hungry so we gave the fries to our employees instead.
    Profits are so much lower when they sell fries only once.

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  6. "I need my nuggets NOW!"

    "Oh wow, maaan, sorry. I must've zoned out there for a moment."

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