Hack Attack On Burger King Drive-Thru

Posted: Jan 20 2004, 10:59pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:13pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

Hack Attack on Burger King Drive-Thru
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Kinda funny story: A Burger King Customer was left shocked recently when his order at a Burger King drive-thru was declined on the grounds that he was "too fat".

The man ordered at the speaker but was told by the voice on the other end of the intercom: "You don't need a couple of Whoppers. You are too fat." He was then told to drive on.

While it was first assumed it was a member of staff at the Troy, Michigan, Burger King, the source of the abuse is actually believed to be a group of pranksters who hacked into the wireless frequency of the drive-thru's intercom service.
Full Story at Silicon.com.

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