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Gabriel Harris' Arrest at Taco Bell Drive-Thru Was So Sad

By    |   Thursday, 20 Nov 2014 06:17 AM

Gabriel Harris was arrested by police because he refused to leave a Taco Bell drive-thru in Florida after employees refused to serve him because he was on a bicycle. Now his sad-sack mugshot has caught the attention of  social media.

New Smyrna Beach authorities said Harris, 33, was drunk when he rode up to the Taco Bell about 3:10 a.m. on Sunday and tried to place an order, according to the Daytona News-Journal. Taco Bell employee Aron Tobler said Harris and a woman with him were denied service because they were on bikes.

Harris refused to leave and police were called to the scene.

When police confronted Harris, an officer saw a Swiss Army knife on his belt loop and tried to grab it. Harris grabbed the officer's wrist and police threw him to the ground and put him in handcuffs.


"Look at this mugshot. Just look at it," wrote Jenny Hollander, of Bustle.com. "This is all of us on a Saturday-evening-slash-Sunday-morning, denied a McDonald's Quarter Pounder with cheese – what do you mean, 'we're only serving the breakfast menu?!' – having dragged your sleepy, drunken self to the Golden Arches in pursuit of that sweet, sweet slab of meat slathered with cheese."

"Now, imagine you'd cycled to Taco Bell at 3 a.m. and somehow – somehow! – wound up dragged from Taco Bell to a police station, with absolutely nil bean burrito with fire sauce. You'd even resisted arrest for the sake of your burrito, only to be thrown into a cell," Hollander wrote.

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Gabriel Harris was arrested by police because he refused to leave a Taco Bell drive-thru in Florida after employees refused to serve him because he was on a bicycle. Now his sad-sack mugshot has caught the attention of social media.
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