that's life (Australia) - - Crime Special -

Just be­fore 5am in Novem­ber last year, Kole Olsen, 30, drove drunk to a Syd­ney McDon­ald’s driv­ethrough and de­manded

200 chicken nuggets.

As the break­fast menu was still be­ing served, Kole’s or­der couldn’t be ful­filled.

The irate IT worker, who later told the mag­is­trate he was ve­gan, re­fused to ac­cept this and re­peat­edly cir­cled past the win­dow, honk­ing his horn and threat­en­ing staff.

Kole even­tu­ally paid $230 for 200 hash browns, which the man­ager de­liv­ered to the Kiwi’s car, be­fore lock­ing the doors and wait­ing for po­lice.

How­ever, Kole’s abuse re­sumed when he de­manded a re­fund for 200 Big Macs and 200 large fries, which he’d nei­ther or­dered nor paid for.

Of­fi­cers ar­rested him and found he was around 3.5 times the blood al­co­hol limit.

Af­ter plead­ing guilty to drink driv­ing,

Kole’s li­cence was sus­pended for nine months and he was fined $1000. ●

Kole re­ally wanted nuggets

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