|The face of a man denied a chalupa.|
Harris, 33, drunkenly rode his bicycle into the Taco Bell drive-thru as the eatery was closing, and tried to put in an order. He was refused due to their closing of said eatery. As a drunk man needing Taco Bell, Harris refused to leave. Something that speaking as a man who has been drunk and needed Taco Bell before, I totally understand. The employees did not understand. They called the cops.
Wanting Taco Bell, not a crime. Wanting Taco Bell when drunk, also not a crime. In fact it may even be an inevitability. However, there is a right way and a wrong way to go about it, and punctuality is an important link in the chain of enjoying chicken quesadillas. Not a strong suit of the drunks of the world, but something to work on.
Mr. Harris, you could learn a thing or two from Charlie Sheen. Sure, he is hammered, but at least he brought a designated driver.