LAS CRUCES, N.M. (AP) — A New Mexico woman is facing charges after police say she ordered food from a Sonic and told a server, “This one’s on God,” before fleeing.
No, the meal it isn’t on God. Out of all the places in the world God would have a tab open, it would not be at a Sonic in New Mexico.
The Las Cruces Sun-News reports 30-year-old Delila Hernandez was arrested Monday in a felony robbery case.
Police say Hernandez rode her bicycle to a Sonic in Las Cruces and ordered a meal. When the server asked for payment, she allegedly told him, “This one’s on God.”
Police say the server told her, “That’s not how this works,” but gave her the meal after she came toward him.
Stop right there. Last time I went to a Sonic they took my money a good 5 minutes before there was even a hint of food coming. There was like 10 people working, but 9 of them were just watching the one guy do everything.
She basically tells the employee she isn’t going to pay for it, yet he hands it to her any way. The sounds less like a robbery and more like a giveaway.
Police later found Hernandez at a nearby park.
How far are you really going to go with a bag of Sonic food. That stuff has an edible life span of less than 20 minutes.
It was not known if Hernandez had an attorney who could comment on the allegations.
if you are stealing food from a Sonic on a bike, you don’t have an attorney. I wouldn’t say that defending a woman who stole a hamburger will make your career.
Authorities say her charges may be reduced.
Sometimes the only true crime is Sonic charging money for people to eat their food.