The madness continues. The latest installment of Black Fast Food Worker Dissing Police comes out of Baton Rouge.
An employee of a Dairy Queen there was captured on surveillance video adding “special sauce” to a burger about to be served to a member of law enforcement. Which is a euphemistic way of saying that 21-year-old Elijah Johnson spit on the bun.
According to CBS affiliate WAFB:
[A] Lieutenant with the Baton Rouge Police Department ordered a hamburger at the restaurant. When he received his hamburger, he noticed a clear substance on top of the bun. He then realized that the substance resembled saliva.
The officer notified the manager who reviewed camera footage of the incident.
According to police, the suspect was seen in the video grabbing the hamburger bun off of the rack and attempting to back out of view of the cameras. When the suspect believed he was out of view, he lifted the burger to his mouth for a brief moment and then returned to the hamburger making station where he placed the bun on the hamburger and wrapped it up.
Johnson was arrested and charged with mingling harmful substances and resisting an officer. Bond was set at $4,000.
At the station house he initially gave police a false name and date of birth. When he finally gave his real name and birth date, police discovered that Johnson had an outstanding warrant through the Baton Rouge Constables Office.
It gets better. Johnson suffers from several infectious diseases including Herpes.
He has since been terminated.
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