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Today has been a rough day. An exam already destroyed me and I cracked my phone while getting off the bus, and it’s only the early afternoon. The one upside to this day is that all of those incidents occurred because I was not arrested in a Whataburger drive-thru last night.
I guess, however, if I had to be arrested anywhere for passing out in public, Whataburger would definitely hold a spot in my top three. I need a change of pants just from imagining that Honey Butter Chicken Biscuit.
Early Sunday, a couple of Oklahoma State football players were on the prowl for some 4 a.m. munchies and, subsequently, they passed out in a Whataburger drive-thru.
From Tulsa World:
At 4 a.m. Sunday, after Stillwater police responded to a report of a driver having fallen asleep at the wheel of a vehicle positioned in the drive-through lane of a Whataburger restaurant, Oklahoma State football players Jhajuan Seales and Juwan Offray were arrested on complaints of public intoxication.
The police report indicated that Seales, a 20-year-old sophomore wide receiver from Port Arthur, Texas, was the driver of a 2014 Ford Focus. The passenger reportedly was Juwan Offray, an 18-year-old freshman cornerback from New Orleans.
These guys were probably just looking for a little taste of happiness after being decimated by TCU earlier in the night. That Honey Butter Chicken Biscuit can change the world, and it can possibly even cure fucking Ebola (seriously, someone test that). Leave it to the Stillwater PD to ruin it for everyone.
Also, it’s not pronounced “Waterburger,” you fucking morons. .
[via Tulsa World]