A YouTube prankster decided to target In-N-Out, but the restaurant didn't fall for it.
Cody Roedster tried twice, once in Van Nuys and once in Burbank, to go into the restaurant under the guise of the chain's new CEO.
In Van Nuys, Roedster said he was there for a taste test and demanded that the employees make him food. In Burbank, he wanted to talk to the manager about contaminated products.
He said, “All of this is unsanitary, most of this is dog meat. Sir, sir, I hate to say this … but your food is contaminated. This is just, it’s garbage.”
Luckily, both manager's sniffed out the prank and refused to comply with Roedster.
In-N-Out is now seeking a restraining order against Roedster and damages of over $25,000.
The chain has also made it clear that they will no longer sit back and let people use their locations for social media promotion.
They said, “These visitors have unfortunately used deceit, fraud, and trespass to their own advantage, and in each instance, they have attempted to humiliate, offend or otherwise make our customers or associates uncomfortable. We believe that we must act now and we will continue to take action in the future to protect our customers and associates from these disruptions.”
Read the full story at CBS Los Angeles