MIAMI â€”Crime doesnâ€™t pay, and neither does trying to protect your chili sauce. At least thatâ€™s what one Wendyâ€™s fast-food restaurant manager learned recently when a drive-thru customer argued with the eateryâ€™s staff after unsuccessfully demanding more packets of the condiment. â€”Crime doesnâ€™t pay, and neither does trying to protect your chili sauce. According to the Associated Press, the customer, who asked for 10 packets of the sauce, ...
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