McDonald's rap gets teens in trouble
Four teens in Utah who rapped their order at a McDonald's drive-through were cited for disorderly conduct in the town of American Fork, south of Salt Lake City. The teens say they were imitating a video on "YouTube" which begins "I need a double cheeseburger and hold the lettuce..". They said it once in normal time and then repeated more slowly so the worker in the drive-through could understand. The worker told the teens they were holding up the line by not ordering promptly, but the teens say no one was in line behind them. The teens left without buying any food and were tracked down by police at a high school volleyball match.