You might think a drive-thru at your local Taco Bell only caters to motorists. But if your only means of transportation is a horse drawn carriage, that shouldn't stop you from ordering a big bag of Crunchwraps like it's 1862.
That's what one enterprising dude did in the small town of Litchfield, Illinois, population 7,000. A video posted to Facebook on Sunday shows the man, clad in a cut-off t-shirt, cargo shorts, and a baseball cap, pulling up to a Taco Bell drive-thru window like it's just another day in the sepia-toned past.
The unidentified man, who is not Amish, but clearly enjoys rolling through town with the aid of his steeds, reportedly said: "I need a can of chew and I'm hungry."
The Taco Bell in Litchfield only denies drive-thru service to customers on foot and riding a "pedal bicycle," a manager told reporters. Thrillist asked a Taco Bell spokesperson to confirm whether horse drawn buggies are permitted at other restaurant locations, and we'll update this post if we hear back.