Man tried to pay for McDonald's with bag of weed

According to Port St. Lucie Police Department officers were called to McDonald’s around 2 a.m. after a 23-year-old rolled up to a drive-thru window in his Pontiac four-door sedan and offered to trade some marijuana for food

According to Port St. Lucie Police Department officers were called to McDonald’s around 2 a.m. after a 23-year-old rolled up to a drive-thru window in his Pontiac four-door sedan and offered to trade some marijuana for food

A 23-year-old man has been arrested after he allegedly tried to pay for his McDonald's order with a bag of marijuana.

The McDonald's employee reportedly refused and Gallagher left the fast-food chain before police were called.

A Florida man went to McDonald's and like any other patron to the Golden Arches, tried to pay for his meal with green.

Authorities were called to a McDonald's branch in Port St. Lucie Boulevard at 2 a.m. of December 16 where a worker told them that Gallagher, who was driving a four-door Pontiac, tried to pay for his order with marijuana.

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It's unclear if Gallagher attempted to pay for his order with drugs the second time. When the McDonald's worker refused to go through with the deal, the auto drove off.

The officer reported smelling weed coming from the auto, with Gallagher allegedly found to be carrying 11 grams of the drug. In a search, officers said they found roughly 11 grams of cannabis. He was also taken to the St. Lucie County Jail for booking.

During police questioning, he claimed that he only made the unusual offer as a joke, according to Local10.

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