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August 31, 2020

WELL IN THAT CASE, SIR

Oklahoma man detained for hitting Taco Bell drive-thru naked, claims clothes were in washer

Pretty Damn Legal-Sounding Defense: “He reportedly said he didn't know it was illegal to drive naked.”

(Thanks to Rod Nunley, who says “He'd better be careful with that hot sauce.”)

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Things started going badly for the driver when the cops asked him to produce his drivers license.

A little hard on him.

I was expecting the "I'm participating in a polar bear attack drill" defense.

We don't have that problem at our Taco Bell in Kalispell.
Nobody goes naked anywhere here in Flathead County during Mosquito season.

According to one estimable tome, “A towel ... is about the most massively useful thing an interstellar hitchhiker can have.” While a trip to the local Taco Belch is quite a short hop as galactic travel goes, the advice on keeping a towel handy still applies. It can spare onlookers from sights they can never unsee and prevent mishaps with the diablo sauce.

He should have gone to Burger King.
They're usually a lot more understanding.

"NO shoes, NO shirt, NO clothes, NO SERVICE !"

I was thinking of visiting Taco Bell tonight while my clothes were in the wash, but I guess I'm going to have to change my plans.

Yossarian?

Been there,
Done that!

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