"If you are the person that was SUPPOSED to receive this order, it is waiting for you at the Skiatook Police Department. Just swing on by!"
A customer in Skiatook, Oklahoma got more than they bargained for after placing a fast food order at Carl's Jr. -- a baggy of meth!
Bryce Francis, an employee at the local establishment, was arrested for distribution of a controlled substance within 2,000 feet of school and possession of a controlled substance earlier this week after a customer "found a small baggy of drugs inside their bag" in their drive-thru order, according to authorities.
Per Fox 23, the man wasn't sure what the substance was at first and didn't ingest it, but believed it was methamphetamine. He took photos of the drugs, reported it to the manager on duty, got a fresh order and took the photos to the police department.
"Officers learned that the baggy had a crystalline substance inside of it that later field tested positive for methamphetamine," said the police department on Facebook. "Our officers were able to go to the restaurant and speak with the employees," they added, confiscating the drugs and making the arrest.
"When you go out to eat, please check the food, especially before consuming it or handing it to a child," they added. "If you encounter anything like described in this incident, please contact us immediately!"