Georgia Wendy's employee Amy Seiber was arrested, fined and obviously fired for serving a customer a cheeseburger with a free extra topping: marijuana.
Really increases Wendy's cred as a "burger joint," no?
According to the Lovejoy, Ga., Police Department, the 32-year-old was busted during her shift on November 1 after a customer called 911 over this.
Finding a half-smoked blunt in your burger? Unusual.
The customer met with police at the Wendy's location where she ordered the item, and officials claim Seiber immediately admitted the blunt was hers.
According to police, Seiber had been smoking weed on the job and conveniently "misplaced" the blunt inside the customer's burger, on top of the pickle.
Stuff happens. We've all been there, right?
The blunt was confiscated as evidence and Amy Seiber was arrested for possession of marijuana. She was fired by Wendy's immediately as well.
As for the unnamed customer, she reportedly suffered food poisoning-type symptoms after the marijuana burger incident and had to be hospitalized.
Fortunately, Wendy's has offered to help pay for her medical bills stemming from the incident and has even offered her a $50 gift certificate as well.
Somehow we don't see her rushing back.
A Wendy's rep said: "Obviously the employee broke the rules and did not follow proper food handling steps ... We are deeply sorry that this incident occurred.”