A fast food customer in Oklahoma exposed a meth dealer when he accidentally dropped a large bag of meth into his combo meal.
Most people in Skiatook, OK believed Bryce Francis was just your average fast food worker. They had no idea he was actually using the job as cover to run a decent sized meth operation.
Francis’s system was simple enough. A customer would show up at the local Carl’s Jr and place an order. He would then add a bag of methamphetamine to their order, pocket the cash meant for the drugs and use the rest to pay for the meal.
Unfortunately for the drug dealer, his plan was far from idiot proof. He found this out the hard way when he accidentally added a large bag of meth, 4.3 grams to be exact, to the wrong customer’s order.
The unnamed customer immediately contacted the police, sending them and the manager of the franchise a picture of the drugs. The police then arrested Bryce Francis a short time later and charged him with distribution of a controlled substance within 2,000 feet of a school and possession of a controlled substance.
The drug dealer actually confessed to the crime when police came to pick him up.
“The suspect actually spoke up and said ‘that’s mine. I made a stupid mistake. I was trying to make some extra cash and I put it in the wrong bag’,” Skiatook Police Officer Kimberly Okerson told reporters.
“It’s a unique way to distribute drugs for a drug dealer. I’ve never heard of somebody doing that before either,” she added. “Obviously it didn’t work out very well for him.”
While shows like Breaking Bad may make the world of meth dealing look like it’s full of interesting and brilliant characters, clearly Bryce Francis is no Walter White. How do you think the customer who paid between $150 and $200 for meth and only got a burger and fries felt?