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McDonald’s Customer Arrested for Filling Cup of Water With Soda Instead

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Man escaped the scene, only to be found and arrested at a nearby bowling alley

Suspect was one of three that entered the store to fill cups full of water with soft drinks.

18-year-old Cody Morris’ money-saving hack backfired on him. He was arrested and faces a robbery charge for filling a cup intended for water with soda at a Springdale, Arkansas, McDonald’s.

Morris and two other people entered the restaurant after ordering three large cups of water at the drive-thru. They proceeded to empty their cups and fill them with soft drinks instead, reports Fox News. The manager quickly caught on to what was happening and asked the customers to return the soda. Morris was the only one of the three to refuse.

The manager tried to block Morris’ car from leaving, however Morris hit the McDonald’s employee twice before fleeing the scene. Morris was shortly arrested after the police found his car at a nearby bowling alley.

Check out our roundup of the most memorable crimes that happened at fast food restaurants.


Steal A Soda From McDonald's And Face A Felony Misdemeanor Charge

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Steal A Soda From McDonald's And Face A Felony Misdemeanor Charge

While the everyday customer likely won’t face a felony charge for swiping a $1 soda from McDonald’s, woe betide the alleged thief who already has a slew of petty thefts racked up. A Florida man could see five years in jail and $5,000 fine for filling his courtesy cup with soda instead of water.

NaplesNews.com says the man was given a courtesy cup and told it was for water only at McDonald’s. According to cops, he filled it with soda at the fountain and went outside to drink it.

When the manager confronted him over the soda, the man declined to pay the roughly $1 for it, refused to leave the premises and cursed at the manager, states the arrest report.

And just his bad luck — the man already had previous petty theft convictions, upping his charge to a felony. He’s also in trouble for additional misdemeanor accounts of trespassing and disorderly intoxication. As opposed to orderly intoxication, wherein we’re guessing you’d happily pay for a soda and smile at everyone you meet.

Want more consumer news? Visit our parent organization, Consumer Reports, for the latest on scams, recalls, and other consumer issues.


Steal A Soda From McDonald's And Face A Felony Misdemeanor Charge

Thanks for visiting Consumerist.com. As of October 2017, Consumerist is no longer producing new content, but feel free to browse through our archives. Here you can find 12 years worth of articles on everything from how to avoid dodgy scams to writing an effective complaint letter. Check out some of our greatest hits below, explore the categories listed on the left-hand side of the page, or head to CR.org for ratings, reviews, and consumer news.

Steal A Soda From McDonald's And Face A Felony Misdemeanor Charge

While the everyday customer likely won’t face a felony charge for swiping a $1 soda from McDonald’s, woe betide the alleged thief who already has a slew of petty thefts racked up. A Florida man could see five years in jail and $5,000 fine for filling his courtesy cup with soda instead of water.

NaplesNews.com says the man was given a courtesy cup and told it was for water only at McDonald’s. According to cops, he filled it with soda at the fountain and went outside to drink it.

When the manager confronted him over the soda, the man declined to pay the roughly $1 for it, refused to leave the premises and cursed at the manager, states the arrest report.

And just his bad luck — the man already had previous petty theft convictions, upping his charge to a felony. He’s also in trouble for additional misdemeanor accounts of trespassing and disorderly intoxication. As opposed to orderly intoxication, wherein we’re guessing you’d happily pay for a soda and smile at everyone you meet.

Want more consumer news? Visit our parent organization, Consumer Reports, for the latest on scams, recalls, and other consumer issues.


Steal A Soda From McDonald's And Face A Felony Misdemeanor Charge

Thanks for visiting Consumerist.com. As of October 2017, Consumerist is no longer producing new content, but feel free to browse through our archives. Here you can find 12 years worth of articles on everything from how to avoid dodgy scams to writing an effective complaint letter. Check out some of our greatest hits below, explore the categories listed on the left-hand side of the page, or head to CR.org for ratings, reviews, and consumer news.

Steal A Soda From McDonald's And Face A Felony Misdemeanor Charge

While the everyday customer likely won’t face a felony charge for swiping a $1 soda from McDonald’s, woe betide the alleged thief who already has a slew of petty thefts racked up. A Florida man could see five years in jail and $5,000 fine for filling his courtesy cup with soda instead of water.

NaplesNews.com says the man was given a courtesy cup and told it was for water only at McDonald’s. According to cops, he filled it with soda at the fountain and went outside to drink it.

When the manager confronted him over the soda, the man declined to pay the roughly $1 for it, refused to leave the premises and cursed at the manager, states the arrest report.

And just his bad luck — the man already had previous petty theft convictions, upping his charge to a felony. He’s also in trouble for additional misdemeanor accounts of trespassing and disorderly intoxication. As opposed to orderly intoxication, wherein we’re guessing you’d happily pay for a soda and smile at everyone you meet.

Want more consumer news? Visit our parent organization, Consumer Reports, for the latest on scams, recalls, and other consumer issues.


Steal A Soda From McDonald's And Face A Felony Misdemeanor Charge

Thanks for visiting Consumerist.com. As of October 2017, Consumerist is no longer producing new content, but feel free to browse through our archives. Here you can find 12 years worth of articles on everything from how to avoid dodgy scams to writing an effective complaint letter. Check out some of our greatest hits below, explore the categories listed on the left-hand side of the page, or head to CR.org for ratings, reviews, and consumer news.

Steal A Soda From McDonald's And Face A Felony Misdemeanor Charge

While the everyday customer likely won’t face a felony charge for swiping a $1 soda from McDonald’s, woe betide the alleged thief who already has a slew of petty thefts racked up. A Florida man could see five years in jail and $5,000 fine for filling his courtesy cup with soda instead of water.

NaplesNews.com says the man was given a courtesy cup and told it was for water only at McDonald’s. According to cops, he filled it with soda at the fountain and went outside to drink it.

When the manager confronted him over the soda, the man declined to pay the roughly $1 for it, refused to leave the premises and cursed at the manager, states the arrest report.

And just his bad luck — the man already had previous petty theft convictions, upping his charge to a felony. He’s also in trouble for additional misdemeanor accounts of trespassing and disorderly intoxication. As opposed to orderly intoxication, wherein we’re guessing you’d happily pay for a soda and smile at everyone you meet.

Want more consumer news? Visit our parent organization, Consumer Reports, for the latest on scams, recalls, and other consumer issues.


Steal A Soda From McDonald's And Face A Felony Misdemeanor Charge

Thanks for visiting Consumerist.com. As of October 2017, Consumerist is no longer producing new content, but feel free to browse through our archives. Here you can find 12 years worth of articles on everything from how to avoid dodgy scams to writing an effective complaint letter. Check out some of our greatest hits below, explore the categories listed on the left-hand side of the page, or head to CR.org for ratings, reviews, and consumer news.

Steal A Soda From McDonald's And Face A Felony Misdemeanor Charge

While the everyday customer likely won’t face a felony charge for swiping a $1 soda from McDonald’s, woe betide the alleged thief who already has a slew of petty thefts racked up. A Florida man could see five years in jail and $5,000 fine for filling his courtesy cup with soda instead of water.

NaplesNews.com says the man was given a courtesy cup and told it was for water only at McDonald’s. According to cops, he filled it with soda at the fountain and went outside to drink it.

When the manager confronted him over the soda, the man declined to pay the roughly $1 for it, refused to leave the premises and cursed at the manager, states the arrest report.

And just his bad luck — the man already had previous petty theft convictions, upping his charge to a felony. He’s also in trouble for additional misdemeanor accounts of trespassing and disorderly intoxication. As opposed to orderly intoxication, wherein we’re guessing you’d happily pay for a soda and smile at everyone you meet.

Want more consumer news? Visit our parent organization, Consumer Reports, for the latest on scams, recalls, and other consumer issues.


Steal A Soda From McDonald's And Face A Felony Misdemeanor Charge

Thanks for visiting Consumerist.com. As of October 2017, Consumerist is no longer producing new content, but feel free to browse through our archives. Here you can find 12 years worth of articles on everything from how to avoid dodgy scams to writing an effective complaint letter. Check out some of our greatest hits below, explore the categories listed on the left-hand side of the page, or head to CR.org for ratings, reviews, and consumer news.

Steal A Soda From McDonald's And Face A Felony Misdemeanor Charge

While the everyday customer likely won’t face a felony charge for swiping a $1 soda from McDonald’s, woe betide the alleged thief who already has a slew of petty thefts racked up. A Florida man could see five years in jail and $5,000 fine for filling his courtesy cup with soda instead of water.

NaplesNews.com says the man was given a courtesy cup and told it was for water only at McDonald’s. According to cops, he filled it with soda at the fountain and went outside to drink it.

When the manager confronted him over the soda, the man declined to pay the roughly $1 for it, refused to leave the premises and cursed at the manager, states the arrest report.

And just his bad luck — the man already had previous petty theft convictions, upping his charge to a felony. He’s also in trouble for additional misdemeanor accounts of trespassing and disorderly intoxication. As opposed to orderly intoxication, wherein we’re guessing you’d happily pay for a soda and smile at everyone you meet.

Want more consumer news? Visit our parent organization, Consumer Reports, for the latest on scams, recalls, and other consumer issues.


Steal A Soda From McDonald's And Face A Felony Misdemeanor Charge

Thanks for visiting Consumerist.com. As of October 2017, Consumerist is no longer producing new content, but feel free to browse through our archives. Here you can find 12 years worth of articles on everything from how to avoid dodgy scams to writing an effective complaint letter. Check out some of our greatest hits below, explore the categories listed on the left-hand side of the page, or head to CR.org for ratings, reviews, and consumer news.

Steal A Soda From McDonald's And Face A Felony Misdemeanor Charge

While the everyday customer likely won’t face a felony charge for swiping a $1 soda from McDonald’s, woe betide the alleged thief who already has a slew of petty thefts racked up. A Florida man could see five years in jail and $5,000 fine for filling his courtesy cup with soda instead of water.

NaplesNews.com says the man was given a courtesy cup and told it was for water only at McDonald’s. According to cops, he filled it with soda at the fountain and went outside to drink it.

When the manager confronted him over the soda, the man declined to pay the roughly $1 for it, refused to leave the premises and cursed at the manager, states the arrest report.

And just his bad luck — the man already had previous petty theft convictions, upping his charge to a felony. He’s also in trouble for additional misdemeanor accounts of trespassing and disorderly intoxication. As opposed to orderly intoxication, wherein we’re guessing you’d happily pay for a soda and smile at everyone you meet.

Want more consumer news? Visit our parent organization, Consumer Reports, for the latest on scams, recalls, and other consumer issues.


Steal A Soda From McDonald's And Face A Felony Misdemeanor Charge

Thanks for visiting Consumerist.com. As of October 2017, Consumerist is no longer producing new content, but feel free to browse through our archives. Here you can find 12 years worth of articles on everything from how to avoid dodgy scams to writing an effective complaint letter. Check out some of our greatest hits below, explore the categories listed on the left-hand side of the page, or head to CR.org for ratings, reviews, and consumer news.

Steal A Soda From McDonald's And Face A Felony Misdemeanor Charge

While the everyday customer likely won’t face a felony charge for swiping a $1 soda from McDonald’s, woe betide the alleged thief who already has a slew of petty thefts racked up. A Florida man could see five years in jail and $5,000 fine for filling his courtesy cup with soda instead of water.

NaplesNews.com says the man was given a courtesy cup and told it was for water only at McDonald’s. According to cops, he filled it with soda at the fountain and went outside to drink it.

When the manager confronted him over the soda, the man declined to pay the roughly $1 for it, refused to leave the premises and cursed at the manager, states the arrest report.

And just his bad luck — the man already had previous petty theft convictions, upping his charge to a felony. He’s also in trouble for additional misdemeanor accounts of trespassing and disorderly intoxication. As opposed to orderly intoxication, wherein we’re guessing you’d happily pay for a soda and smile at everyone you meet.

Want more consumer news? Visit our parent organization, Consumer Reports, for the latest on scams, recalls, and other consumer issues.


Steal A Soda From McDonald's And Face A Felony Misdemeanor Charge

Thanks for visiting Consumerist.com. As of October 2017, Consumerist is no longer producing new content, but feel free to browse through our archives. Here you can find 12 years worth of articles on everything from how to avoid dodgy scams to writing an effective complaint letter. Check out some of our greatest hits below, explore the categories listed on the left-hand side of the page, or head to CR.org for ratings, reviews, and consumer news.

Steal A Soda From McDonald's And Face A Felony Misdemeanor Charge

While the everyday customer likely won’t face a felony charge for swiping a $1 soda from McDonald’s, woe betide the alleged thief who already has a slew of petty thefts racked up. A Florida man could see five years in jail and $5,000 fine for filling his courtesy cup with soda instead of water.

NaplesNews.com says the man was given a courtesy cup and told it was for water only at McDonald’s. According to cops, he filled it with soda at the fountain and went outside to drink it.

When the manager confronted him over the soda, the man declined to pay the roughly $1 for it, refused to leave the premises and cursed at the manager, states the arrest report.

And just his bad luck — the man already had previous petty theft convictions, upping his charge to a felony. He’s also in trouble for additional misdemeanor accounts of trespassing and disorderly intoxication. As opposed to orderly intoxication, wherein we’re guessing you’d happily pay for a soda and smile at everyone you meet.

Want more consumer news? Visit our parent organization, Consumer Reports, for the latest on scams, recalls, and other consumer issues.


Steal A Soda From McDonald's And Face A Felony Misdemeanor Charge

Thanks for visiting Consumerist.com. As of October 2017, Consumerist is no longer producing new content, but feel free to browse through our archives. Here you can find 12 years worth of articles on everything from how to avoid dodgy scams to writing an effective complaint letter. Check out some of our greatest hits below, explore the categories listed on the left-hand side of the page, or head to CR.org for ratings, reviews, and consumer news.

Steal A Soda From McDonald's And Face A Felony Misdemeanor Charge

While the everyday customer likely won’t face a felony charge for swiping a $1 soda from McDonald’s, woe betide the alleged thief who already has a slew of petty thefts racked up. A Florida man could see five years in jail and $5,000 fine for filling his courtesy cup with soda instead of water.

NaplesNews.com says the man was given a courtesy cup and told it was for water only at McDonald’s. According to cops, he filled it with soda at the fountain and went outside to drink it.

When the manager confronted him over the soda, the man declined to pay the roughly $1 for it, refused to leave the premises and cursed at the manager, states the arrest report.

And just his bad luck — the man already had previous petty theft convictions, upping his charge to a felony. He’s also in trouble for additional misdemeanor accounts of trespassing and disorderly intoxication. As opposed to orderly intoxication, wherein we’re guessing you’d happily pay for a soda and smile at everyone you meet.

Want more consumer news? Visit our parent organization, Consumer Reports, for the latest on scams, recalls, and other consumer issues.


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