East Ellijay, Georgia, a small town that’s situated at the foot of the Chattahootchee National Forest, has a Burger King that we’re assuming is no different than any other American Burger King…With the exception that its customers could buy meth with any of their orders up until a month ago.

According to 13 WMAZ, police arrested 20-year-old Courtney Suzanne Morgalo for selling the drug from both her car and the restaurant, while also being accused of using during her shift. Here are more details of the bust:

Agents with the Zell Miller Mountain Parkway Drug Task Force visited the restaurant on Mar. 2 and searched Morgalo’s car, where they recovered scales, plastic baggies and five grams of meth. They also found two unidentified prescription pills in Morgalo’s pocket.

Morgalo was arrested and taken to the Gilmer County Detention Center. At the time, she was on probation for a different drug charge. She was charged with felony probation violation and drug possession with intent to distribute. Her bond was set at $10,000.

Morgalo’s arrest follows a recent string of stories that prove The King might be the most lit fast-food chain in the country. Consider the evidence, which supports this hypothesis both literally and figuratively:

• A pot-bellied pig staged a coup at a Western Pennsylvanian location earlier this month, shortly shutting down the drive-thru before state troopers arrived.

• The chain dropped an actual cologne on April Fool’s Day—and it wasn’t a joke.

• BK’s footing the entire bill for one couple’s wedding because their last names are “Burger” and “King.”

Everything about the burger-slinging titan is on one. It is the zany drunk uncle of international fast-food empires. To that we say: Never change, Burger King, never change.

[Eater via 13 WMAZ]