5. It hilariously ended a college athlete's career
Fans of the University of Kansas' defense and schadenfreude might remember the tale of Dion Rayford. Back in 1999, Rayford was a senior defensive end for the Jayhawks getting ready to play the last game of his college career. But thanks to a bad late-night decision, Rayford's run was cut short. The man got so angry at a local Taco Bell drive-thru staff for forgetting to include his chalupa that he tried to climb through the window, which broke under his weight, leaving him stuck. Rayford pled not guilty to charges of having an open container, disorderly conduct, and misdemeanor damage to property, but he was suspended from his final game and generally became the laughingstock of the sports world. Hopefully, that Taco Bell installed a pair of bronze, dangling legs outside its drive-thru, in tribute to this fallen hero.