KOMO TV’s Kitsap Sun reported Friday on the most serious violation of the public trust in Greater Seattle area since the Dwarves faked the death of He Who Cannot Be Named.
Deputies said at 37-year-old man in Steelers garb took his daughters to a Mile Hill Drive fast food restaurant Saturday evening, and “began trading friendly barbs about his team and their victory over the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XL,” reports said.
One employee told the man that he’d “better not say that to the guy that’s making your food,” but the man thought it was a joke, reports said.
That is, until he opened his “clamshell-style” hamburger container and discovered what he called a “loogie” on his hamburger.
The 37-year-old told his daughters to stop eating, demanded a refund and called the restaurant’s district manager.
A deputy was informed by the manager that the person responsible may be a 24-year-old South Kitsap man who was near his quitting time when the incident occurred.
Eventually, the man confessed to spitting in the 37-year-old’s hamburger container to “gross him out … because he was a Steelers fan,” deputies said.