Man Breaks Into Carl's Jr. To Make Own Cheeseburgers

Here’s a bad idea: If the fast food restaurant of your choice is closed, simply break in and cook your own food.

That’s what Ruben Manzano, 19, did when (after drinking) he became hungry and wanted some Carl’s Jr. burgers.

In the restaurant, officers discovered Manzano’s shoes, shirt and food that he had attempted to cook on the grill.

A security guard had spotted a shirtless man running north from the eatery.

Officers investigating the alarm call, which came in around 1:35 a.m., spotted a man, fitting the description given by the guard, running between houses in the 200 block of South Olive and the 200 block of South Fourth Street.

Manzano has been arrested on “suspicion of felony burglary of a structure” and is being held on $10,000 bail. Hope the burger was delicious.

Hungry man linked to restaurant robbery in Santa Paula [Ventura County Star]
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