Look, we’ve all done seriously regrettable things during drunken late-night fast food trips… first and foremost, making said fast food trip, as you’ve already done more than enough damage to your body by that point.
Back in my junior year of high school, I once got into a fight into a McDonald’s parking lot mere minutes after housing a 10-piece nugget, a McDouble, and an Oreo McFlurry. While I won the fight (Mike, you’re still a Grade-A bitch), I ultimately lost the war, as I heaved up my meal in the backseat of my buddy’s F-150 minutes later and had to pay him a couple hundred bucks to get it cleaned. Win some, lose more, am I right?
But while I (and likely you, too) have certainly had my fair share of fast-food restaurant mishaps, they pale in comparison to that of 23-year-old Elianna Aguilar-Aguilar, who was arrested on Saturday, July 20 for pouring alcohol into a Taco Bell employee’s mouth.
According to KOIN 6, the 23-year-old Cornelius, Oregon woman was arrested for DUI after a police officer “saw her pull into the drive-thru of the Taco Bell on 185th and Walker Road in Beaverton and pour alcohol into an employee’s mouth.”
The report states that Aguilar-Aguilar — who admitted to “drinking and smoking marijuana and had a bottle of Hennessy in her car” — did not personally know the employee that she decided to have an impromptu chug-off with at 1:20 in the morning.
Following a sobriety test, officers found that Aguilar-Aguilar had a blood alcohol content of .12, which is 1.5 times the legal limit of .08.
To be fair to Aguilar-Aguilar — aside from the drunk driving and the arrest — sounds like she had what’d I’d call a typical Saturday night: got too drunk, ate some shitty food, and eventually ended the night with disappointment.