“Live Mas”, Drive Less: Florida Man Arrested For DUI After Pulling Into Bank Drive Thru and Ordering a Taco Bell Burrito

Taco_Bell_2016.svgThere is nothing so frustrating as pulling up to a Taco Bell only to have the drive thru person repeatedly refuse to take your order . . .  unless of course it is a bank.  That was the dilemma of Douglas Francisco, 28, who is accused of being drunk when he pulled into the Bank of America in Tampa and demanded a burrito.  If Francisco wants to fulfill the chain’s slogan of “Live Mas,” he might want to drive less.

Francisco was driving his blue Hyundai and was reportedly highly impaired when he pulled into the bank.  He then passed out.  A bank employee pounded on the car window and Francisco woke up and demanded the burrito.  He then drove away after being informed that the bank was not a Taco Bell.

Francisco was arrested after field sobriety tests “yielded strong evidence of impairment.”  After searching his car, the police found Xanax and Oxycodone pills. However, it appears that he had a prescription for the painkillers.

He is now charged with driving under the influence and reportedly has yet to receive his burrito.

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