Hamburglar lives! Bag of McDonald's swiped from unsuspecting customer
And you thought the Hamburglar was nothing but a goofy-looking figment of Ray Kroc's imagination!
Wednesday night, he made an appearance at a McDonald's in Austin, Minnesota, swiping a bag of greasy goodness from a customer's hungry hands.
Where might the Hamburglar strike next? Ronald McDonald couldn't be reached for comment.
Here's how the Big Mac heist went down -- according to the Albert Lea Tribune, the Hamburglar was loitering near the drive-thru window at about 10:30 p.m. on Wednesday when a McDonald's employee reached out to deliver a bag of food to a customer. Timing his strike perfectly, the Hamburglar ran up to the window, grabbed the bag from the employee's outstretched arms, and ran off.
The employee described the suspect as a skinny white male wearing baggy pants. Here's a photo of a skinny white male wearing somewhat baggy pants:
Have you seen this man? If so,McDonaldland
officials ask you to contact Officer Big Mac.
-- Minneapolis may have its own Hamburglar
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