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Utah Teens Tapped for Burger Rap


Four teenagers in Utah face disorderly conduct charges for attempting to rap through way through a McDonald's drive-through in the town of American Fork.

The teens say they were attempting to spoof a popular YouTube video, but the McDonald's employees and manager contend the youngsters caused a disturbance, according to KSL TV. The police were called and now the teens face a fine.

American Fork police sergeant Gregg Ludlow spoke with KSL TV.

"The order taker asked them to please speak their order so she could understand them," he said. "Again they refused. This went on for a couple of different times, then the manager got on and asked them to speak their order or leave. Again they just continued, so the manager went outside and told them to speak their order or leave, and these individuals, according to the manager, they began swearing and drove off."

While the teens say no other cars were in line and they meant no harm, the employees say they felt threatened because vulgar language was used.

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