Marijuana Pipe Found In 4-Year-Old’s Burger King Kids Meal
A family was about to eat their Burger King dinner when a man found a pipe filled with marijuana in his 4 year old's Kid's Meal. High on drugs, many people become irresponsible and should seek the professional assistance found at a detox center such as South Florida's Harbor Village.
Miami, Florida (PRWEB) July 23, 2013
In an article by the New York Daily News on 7/22 titled Marijuana pipe found in 4-year-old Michigan boy’s Burger King Kids Meal, a Michigan family discovered a loaded marijuana pipe when a grandfather opened the Burger King Kids Meal it purchased for a 4-year-old boy. The man opened up the box before the child did, discovered the pipe, and notified police.
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In the articled titled, Marijuana pipe found in 4-year-old Michigan boy’s Burger King Kids Meal, it was reported that police said that a 23-year-old male employee at a Dundee, Michigan Burger King was responsible for packing his pipe full of marijuana. To evade his bosses, he stashed the pipe in a kid’s meal box. He mixed the box with the others and it was handed to a customer making a purchase.
“So it ended up inside a 4-year-old’s Kids Meal,” Dundee Police Chief Dave Uhl told MonroeNews.com. “I couldn’t believe it.”
Police searched the employee's car, which revealed more drug paraphernalia. The employee and two of his friends were arrested.
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