'Level 14 Government Official' Arrested in McDonald's Drive-Thru
A 27-year-old Chicago woman made the employment claim when employees refused to complete her order when she went through the drive-thru without a car.
A Chicago woman claiming to be a level 14 government official was arrested for alleged disorderly conduct Sunday in Greenfield.
And while we’re not exactly sure what she meant by her self-described job title, it seems odd that someone with so much alleged clout would find herself intoxicated, in a McDonald’s drive-thru and without a car.
Those were the circumstances that preceded the 27-year-old’s employment claim.
According to the Greenfield Police Department report, police responded to McDonald’s, 4275 S. 27th St., at 12:35 a.m. Sunday, after an employee called to report the woman standing at the drive-thru window with a long line of cars behind her.
The woman told police she walked up to the window to order, but McDonald’s employees refused to serve her and told her to leave. She was told she needed a vehicle to order from. She said she was determined to order and that she was a level 14 government official.
When police tried to escort her away from the window she said, “Don’t touch me” and stood cross-armed at the window. The officers then asked her to walk toward the squad car, but she instead started to walk away and was arrested for disorderly conduct.
According to the report, the woman smelled of alcohol, had bloodshot and glassy eyes and slurred her speech. She later blew a .197 on a preliminary breath test.