Today's award goes to three hungry inebriates in Canada.
Two New Brunswick men have been arrested after allegedly going through a McDonald’s drive-thru on a couch.
Miramichi police said an officer spotted the couch, being towed behind an ATV, at 3:19 a.m. Thursday in the drive-thru.
“And when (the officer) put his lights on, of course he took off, the four-wheeler did, with the sofa still attached. But he left his two passengers from the sofa at the drive-thru,” Cpl. Lorri McEachern said Friday.
“The two passengers from the sofa, or the couch, or whatever you want to call it, were intoxicated.”
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McEachern said it is illegal to tow a couch through a drive-thru, but the two men were wearing helmets.
“So obviously safety was somewhat important,” noted McEachern.
There's more at the link. You can see a security video clip here of the couch and its two passengers being towed by the ATV.
What I want to know is, who wrote the law that made it "illegal to tow a couch through a drive-thru"? Is that a regular problem in the Atlantic provinces of Canada? Also, I've heard of being a couch potato . . . but I've never heard of riding on a couch to get potatoes!