The Associated Press reported this week that a Texas man fell asleep while ordering at a fast food drive-thru, but that isn’t even the funny part of the story for me. The part I’m giggling at is this:
“Employees at a Whataburger restaurant called police around 12:30 a.m. after a man blocked their drive-thru with his vehicle nearly an hour and appeared to be asleep.”
An hour? They let him sit there for an hour? How long does it take to figure out the customer’s not answering, tell your co-workers, laugh uproariously, inform the manager, and get someone outside to shake the guy and make sure he’s not dead? I’m thinking … 10 minutes tops. What did they do for the remaining 50 minutes?