A man who tried to order 200 hash browns at a McDonald's drive-through was arrested for drink driving

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A man who tried to order 200 hash browns at a McDonald’s in outer Sydney before dawn on Saturday morning will face court later this month charged with high range blood alcohol after being arrested for being drunk at the drive-through.

News.com.au reports that the 30-year-old man originally tried to order chicken nuggets Thornleigh McDonald’s, in Sydney’s northwest, at around 4.50am on Saturday, and became angry because they were not on the breakfast menu.

Instead he did four laps of the drive-through, and ordered $230 worth of hash browns second time around. Concerned staff called police who arrived while he was still waiting for his 200 serves of fried potato and when he was tested for drink driving, blew 0.175, around 3.5 five times the legal limit.

He was arrested, his licence suspended and he will face Hornsby Court on November 30 charged with high range drink driving.

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