In N Out burger in Queens part of evangelism strategy
Lincoln Boehm was “shocked to the core” when he discovered this untouched In N Out burger in Queens, New York.
“We didn’t touch it,” he told the Washington Post. “We stopped for a second and took photos and looked around to see if anyone else was noticing it and then we walked on.”
Given that the nearest In-N-Out is about 1,500 miles from New York City, he commented, “This one was just in such perfect condition… It just felt strange… at first, I thought it was some sort of viral marketing thing.”
Boehm posted the above picture on Instagram, and commented, “I’ve got a direct message inbox filled with [theories]. But I would really really love to know the truth… I want to know how this happened.”
In a statement to Fox News, vice president of In-N-Out’s operations, Denny Warnick, said “We were surprised to hear recently that one of our Double-Doubles® was found on a street in New York! Because our burgers are only cooked fresh to order in six states (California, Nevada, Arizona, Utah, Texas, and Oregon), it must have taken considerable planning for that burger to make the trip from the grill all the way to the Empire State.”
This morning however, visionary megachurch leader Jed Obadiah claimed responsibility for the In N Out Burger stunt.
In an exclusive to the Cee, he told us “After hearing about revival breaking out at a local In N Out restaurant I thought that the godless city of New York could do with some of that. So our evangelism team took a day out of the busy schedules to fly to New York for a day with boxes full of the burgers to distribute. If Lincoln had picked it up and read the bible verse, well then something beautiful would have happened.”
Sadly, Lincoln and his wife went to McDonalds instead of consuming the In N Out burger.
“We can only pray for this man and his wife,” said Jed, “as their actions show that they are like the prodigal son who was tempted to eat the cobs that were being fed to the pigs.”
So far no other burgers have been found leading to rumours that they were consumed by the evangelism team whilst on an all expenses paid shopping spree.
Reporter: John Spencer aka Not the Bible