Four Utah teens are in trouble with the law for attempting to place their McDonald's order in the form of a rap song. The four teens, rolled into the drive-through this week and, finding themselves the only customers, attempted to re-create a 2006 YouTube video by rapping their order. The worker asked them to repeat themselves, and they performed the song again, more slowly.
The manager then came outside and asked them to speak or leave. They left, but the manager wrote down their license plate number and called the police. All four were cited for disorderly conduct. “We thought they would kind of laugh about it,” said one of the boys. “The first time, we thought they didn’t get it.”