The Bizarre Way This Person Tried To Get Free Chick-Fil-A

Remember Carter Wilkerson? He was the guy whose plea for a year of free Wendy's chicken nuggets won him the most retweets of all time (via Twitter). Step aside, Carter. There's a new nugget enthusiast in town. Kimberly George Ragsdale allegedly visited the Rockmart, Georgia Chick-fil-A multiple times throughout this past week claiming to be an FBI agent, demanding free food, and threatening to arrest the fast food chain's staff if they didn't comply (via Newsweek).

Ragsdale probably didn't expect her outlandish behavior to raise the suspicions of employees, but that's exactly what happened. They called her bluff and reported her to police. When local law enforcement followed up on the call, actual officers confronted Ragsdale in the parking lot of the fast food chain. The 47-year-old Ragsdale reportedly stuck to her story and tried to convince the officers that she was in fact a federal agent and that her credentials were — wait for it — electronic. Yet, somehow, the story gets even stranger.

What happened after Ragsdale was arrested

When officers first confronted her, Ragsdale refused to exit her car. It was only after being threatened with a taser that she complied with police instructions (via Business Insider). Even after being apprehended, Ragsdale refused to give up the ruse (via New York Post). One of the arresting officers reported she began to "talk into her shirt like she was talking into a radio, telling someone that we were arresting her and to send someone to Rockmart PD." To absolutely no one's surprise (except, perhaps, Ragsdale's) the police were unfazed.

According to the report, she was later arrested for "impersonating a public officer or employee." The police were also quick to comment on the fact that her behavior does not represent how real public officials will act while in line at Chick-fil-A. Chief Randy Turner of Rockmart Police Department stated in clear terms: "... you will not hear a real officer demand a meal anywhere. If it is given, we appreciate it. If it is discounted, we appreciate it. We will not ask for it or make threats and demand it."