Teens busted in Utah for rapping at McDonald's drive-thru
It sucks to be a teenager in American Fork, Utah, where police have cracked down on four young wanna-be rappers following their performance to an unseen audience of one -- a McDonald's drive-thru worker. Though McDonald's has used rap music to promote its burgers and fries in commercials, the employee who listened as the boys laid down their best beats and rhymes wasn't at all amused. Enter the cops.
Police caught up to the young rappers in a parking lot, issuing them citations for being disorderly in public. An officer told a Fox News affiliate that the teens created an intimidating atmosphere when they continued to rap after being asked repeatedly to stop. For their part, the kids said they were just having some fun.
It's a trend to rap at drive-thru windows across America and cyberspace is full of horrible and fantastic attempts.