Yesterday was enjoy this high-calorie edition of 'Crappy News' for Friday, November 17th.

Brooklyn, NY- A Chipotle employee recognized a customer...because he'd broken into her house earlier this year.


Video from the restaurant shows what looks like a customer simply ordering food, but he's actually being confronted by the woman. The 20-year-old female claims the suspect was involved in a home invasion back in May. She identified him as one of three men that came inside her home, flashed a gun, tied up her and her sisters and stole money from them.

Law enforcement now has the images of the suspect and is trying to track him down. [CBS 2 - New York]

Maybe just wait 'til he has another burrito craving?

Cartersville, GA- Chick-Fil-A wants to know who stole their catering van...and is offering up a delicious reward.

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A male suspect was seen on camera stealing the van on Sunday night, but the video is really grainy so you can't get a great look at his face.

The van was eventually found crashed into a parked car in a driveway. Police are still looking for the suspect, and Chick-Fil-A isn't fooling around. They're offering free food for ONE YEAR to the person who identifies him. [WSB-TV]

If that doesn't motivate you to fight crime I don't know what could. Sharpen up your CSI skills and chow down...except on Sundays. You're on your own for those.

Thornleigh, Australia- A guy was arrested for drunk driving after ordering TWO HUNDRED hash browns at McDonald's.

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The 30-year-old man pulled up to the Mickey D's drive-thru around 5:00 a.m. Saturday. He got angry because they wouldn't serve him Chicken McNuggets during breakfast hours, so he made four laps around the parking lot, came back to the drive-thru, and settled for $230 worth of hash browns.

Concerned employees notified police, who conducted a sobriety test. The driver's blood alcohol reading was .175, more than three times Australia's legal limit. The man was arrested for DUI, his license was suspended...and he lost out on the hash browns. [Business Insider Australia]

What a waste. At least let him get a few nibbles of crispy fried potato-y goodness...

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