In what appears to be a whopper of a meat heist, Pennsylvania authorities said a man managed to trick a local meat company into loading a truck with 40,000lbs of beef -- and, well, drove off with it. That's right, someone stole 20 freaking tons of beef, you know, because it's always good to have some extra burgers in the freezer, right?
It all happened Nov. 21 at the the Nicholas Meat plant near Loganton, PA, when a man apparently acting as a delivery driver for the company loaded more than $100,000 worth of beef into a truck as part of a scheduled pickup, according to a report by the Associated Press. The meat was supposed to be delivered to a company in Milwaukee, WI, where it was to be used to make burgers, but needless to say, it never arrived there. Instead, some dude drove into the sunset with enough beef to make 160,000 cheeseburgers.