Well, this is a story. A 38-year-old Tampa, Florida man was arrested for driving under the influence (of what… it's still not confirmed) after mistaking a Bank of America drive-through for a Taco Bell drive-through.
He just wanted a burrito!
The manager of the bank said the employees saw the man passed out in his sedan, sitting in the drive-up lane at the bank at around 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Tampa Bay Times reports. After employees banged on his window “for some time,” the individual tried to order a burrito.
Once he found out he wasn't actually at a Taco Bell, he drove to the front of the parking lot and just sat in his car, leaving it running the whole time.
While he denies asking the manager for a burrito, police say he was under the influence of something, and the Tampa Bay Times say police are still awaiting the result of the drug test he underwent.
The internet had the best response, of course.
Worth a shot tbh https://t.co/KMshWwo8Fg
— Tim Annett (@annett_tim) January 19, 2018
poor guy, he was just hungry for a burrito lol https://t.co/zBMlNlmjQC
— jenny bowles axsom (@beachblonde10) January 19, 2018
Those bank drive-thru tubes are the size and shape of burritos … https://t.co/Sm3QroUBWs
— ((Mike Crittenden))) (@CritterDJ) January 19, 2018
“Upon waking up, the driver asked the bank manager for a burrito before driving away after being informed he was not at Taco Bell.” https://t.co/d8GXfsXlqF
— Timothy Aeppel (@TimAeppel) January 18, 2018
That's a lesson for everyone—definitely don't drive under the influence. And don't mistake a bank drive-through for a Taco Bell drive-through. You will be thoroughly embarrassed on the internet.