Former Wendy's employee Amy Seiber brought her time with the fast food chain to a swift end after leaving a half-smoked blunt in a customer's cheeseburger.
On Nov. 1, an understandably pissed off customer called 911 to report the used blunt that was left inside of her cheeseburger. When police arrived at the Lovejoy, Ga. location, the 32-year-old Seiber came forward, admitting the blunt belonged to her. So not only was she smoking on the job (which is especially unsanitary considering her former line of work), she decided to hide her blunt in a customer's cheeseburger and forgot it was there.
In addition to getting fired, Seiber was charged with marijuana possession.
The customer told TMZ that she experienced symptoms consistent with food poisoning and had to be hospitalized. Wendy's attempted to make good on this fiasco by not only offering to pay her hospital bills, but also presenting her with a $50 gift certificate, because she's going to be so eager to visit Wendy's again after this.