SPRING HILL, FL — Sometimes, after a few, ummm, lots of drinks, nothing sounds as tasty as some greasy, hot fast food, amirite? Well, if you’re in a situation where you have to drive to satisfy that craving, better pick up that delicious meal you’re going to regret while you can still differentiate a restaurant from a financial institution.
Police arrested a Florida man for DUI after he reportedly mistook a bank drive-thru for Taco Bell.
Douglas Francisco, 28, was arrested Wednesday evening outside the Bank of America branch in Spring Hill, reports the The Tampa Bay Times.
According to the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office, a bank employee spotted Francisco unconscious in the driver’s seat of a blue sedan in the bank’s drive-up lane. The employee told police that he was able to wake the driver after beating on the car window “for some time” — and that when the driver woke up, he asked for a burrito.
After the employee told Francisco that the bank was not, tragically, a Taco Bell, he drove to the front parking lot.
Police found Francisco in the car and, while questioning him, deputies noted that he had delayed reactions that were consistent with someone under the influence of prescription narcotics, according to WFTS.
After Francisco failed a series of field sobriety exercises, police arrested him. They discovered that he had both Oxycodone and Xanax on him, but according to the arrest report, both were prescribed.
He was taken to the Hernando County Jail, and reportedly released Thursday on $500 bail.
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Main photo: Douglas Francisco [Hernando County Sheriff’s Office]