A Michigan man found a marijuana-filled pipe in a Burger King Kids Meal that he had bought for his four-year-old grandson.
Dundee Police Chief David Uhl revealed that the man had handed over the meal, purchased at a franchise in Dundee, to his grandson and when they opened it, they found a pipe filled with marijuana. He immediately contacted the police and revealed that he had also noted down the number of a car full of youngsters which he thought was 'suspicious'.
The police arrested a 23-year old employee at the franchise and with the help of the car number, they tracked down the vehicle to find that it contained more marijuana. On questioning the employee, the police said that he admitted that the pipe was his and he had hidden inside the meal which was not to be sold. Along with the 23-year old, the police have also arrested two youths, aged 18 and 22, who were in the car.
Burger King has come out with a statement reiterating that the owner of the restaurant has a zero tolerance drug police. "This Burger King restaurant is owned and operated by a franchisee who enforces a zero-tolerance drug policy. The franchise management team is cooperating fully with the Dundee police department. BKC and the franchisee extend a sincere apology to the guests involved in this unfortunate incident", the statement said.