Drunk falls asleep behind the wheel at Burger King drive-through window — for 2 solid hours: cop
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Booze might make burgers taste better but not if you fall asleep before you can put in your order.
That’s what happened to a drunken New Jersey man who sat in his running Hyundai in a Burger King drive-through for two hours in the dead of night earlier this month, police said.
Kyler Ginter, 41, of Sparta, apparently never got it his way because the fast-food restaurant’s manager saw him asleep at the wheel near the order screen, reported the Morristown Patch.
Officers found Ginter inside the black vehicle with the key in the ignition about 3 a.m. Oct. 5, police said.
“I knew I couldn’t handle it and I just wanted to stay here,” Ginter told police, according to a police report.