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September 09, 2007




A McDonald's worker in Union City, Ga., was arrested and jailed Thursday night for putting too much salt and pepper on a police officer's hamburger, MyFoxAtlanta reported Friday.

Kendra Bull was mixing hamburger meat when, she said, too much salt and pepper accidentally spilled into the bowl. Bull said her manager was working with her, and continued to make patties out of the meat. Bull grilled and ate one of the over-seasoned burgers for her dinner break and grilled the remaining burgers from the batch.

A police officer purchased one of the salty burgers and became sick. According to MyFoxAtlanta, the police accused Bull of purposely pouring the salt and pepper on the burger and charged her with reckless conduct. The police photographed the burger, took the sick cop to the hospital, and carted Bull off to jail.

Bull, who spent Thursday night in jail until she was released on a $1,000 signature bond Friday morning, admitted the burgers were too salty, but said she ate one from the batch and did not get sick. She also said that security cameras trained on the work area and grill will prove that the salt was spilled accidentally.

Bull's attorney, a public defender, asked the judge to dismiss the charges, but the judge refused.

Click here for My Fox Atlanta's full report on this story.

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Blogger OS9USER posted on 3:07 PM, September 09, 2007

I broke this story 8 hours before AP - Now they have it.... Boy are they slooooowwww ....

 


Anonymous Anonymous posted on 3:27 PM, September 09, 2007

A strange story indeed. It's not the first time a police man has overstepped his/her boundaries. The employee is an agent of the company and when the employee is performing duties for that agent, the agent is responsible for accidents, injuries, etc., that occur in performance of those duties. In short, the manager is the responsible party. The employee informed him/her about what happened and the manager made the decision to prepare and serve the burgers. As the authority in charge, he/she should have discarded the meat or in the least tasted it to see if it was edible. Aside from all of that, the officer should have exercised common sense and not continued to eat the burger if it was not edible. To arrest someone for that is an abuse of authority, in my opinion. I'd bet many restaurants in the area will be afraid to serve police officers following this event. The officer had no proof that she'd done anything intentional, but ultimately it was up to the judge who went along with it. Where is the evidence to support the officer's claim. Photographing a burger, after leaving the establishment is not proof of anything. Come on! Anyone wanting a payday could have done the same thing after putting more seasoning on the burger. The officer has the burden of proof, but with a judge like the one who refused to dismiss charges, it may not be too hard. The officer's theory seems to be enough. Remind me to keep my a** out of Georgia. The law enforcement community seems to be lacking in common sense. I'm sorry the officer got sick, but it was an accident. What next? Arresting a worker because the french fries are too greasy? I can hear it now, he/she knew the oil wasn't hot enough, but they served me the fries(and force fed me) anyway. Be a man and stop hiding behind your badge.
I would advise the young lady to get the hell out of that place as soon as possible. Talk about ridiculous! It's guys like that cop that make a mockery of our legal system.

 


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