Shoutout To This Woman Who Pretended To Be A Federal Agent Just To Get A Chick-fil-A Discount

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Hey, they are pricey, so you have to hand it to her.

All that Tara Marie Solem wanted was some discounted chicken sandwiches, so she was willing to commit a crime for it. Here’s what happened. The Georgia woman first tried to convince Chick-fil-A drive-through employees that she was a federal agent. But when that didn’t work Solem went inside and began arguing with two managers, even tossing swear words left and right — all near kids.

Shoutout To This Woman Who Pretended To Be A Federal Agent Just To Get A Chick-fil-A Discount

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Still trying to get some discounted food, she flashed a badge in a black wallet to the managers, police said.

“She stated that she was undercover and that for them asking her to be in uniform would blow her cover and possible [sic] get her killed,” according to the warrant.

Solem called the restaurant chain’s corporate office to complain and gave the name, “Agent Solem.” At one point during the incident, Solem changed her story, saying that she was an agent with the Georgia Bureau of Investigations. The officer writing the warrant said they checked with GBI, and the agency had no record of “Agent Solem.”

So of course Solem was arrested on charges of impersonating an officer and disorderly conduct. But here’s hoping she eventually will get some Chick-fil-A. At a discount of course.

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