The Weird Workplace

A collection of unusual and quirky stories from across Canada and around the world
|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 02/21/2017
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EPPING, N.H. — Special orders are never encouraged at fast food restaurants — it’s just too much hassle for workers trying to keep things moving. But two workers at an outlet in Epping, N.H., apparently were OK with one particular request, according to Fox News. Local police say the Burger King employees were using the drive-thru to sell marijuana. Apparently, customers would first ask if “nasty boy” was working, and if he was there, buyers would then use the code phrase “French fries extra crispy.” A coffee cup containing marijuana would then be presented at the drive-thru window. Not surprisingly, both the worker and the shift manager were arrested.