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Friday, 17 January 2014

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The fast-food joint in Friendsville, Tennessee has closed down for the day after a scheduled-to-be-fired employee brought brownies for the staff on his last day of work.

"Apparently he told the other employees that he had laced the brownies with marijuana so they decided to give it a try as some had never had any experience with marijuana before and wanted to see what the big deal was in Colorado", stated the manager.

What everyone eating the pot-laced brownies didn't know was that there were laxatives in the brownies, also.

"Joe (ex-employee) added the marijuana to account for the taste so he doubled up on laxatives", one teary worker told us. "We all had to leave as there are only two bathrooms and some of us didn't make it."

"I had to come back for my purse and saw the police. I hope they lock him up and feed him the leftover brownies. I am so embarrassed as there were customers here and some in line when the laxatives hit us. I had some friends here also. What a mess!"

The manager told us that he was pretty sure a lot of the customers wouldn't come back. Some of them ran out and left their food, just from the smell.

The building has all doors open with a 'Closed For Repairs' sign out front. They have a professional cleaning unit coming in the afternoon.

I need to leave too. Ha! The music playing is "Gimme Three Steps"!

Billy Bratcher for $tar$!

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