Uneaten 'In-N-Out' burger mysteriously found on Queens street

Kimberly Dole
July 22, 2019 - 1:15 pm

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NEW YORK (1010 WINS) -- A man inexplicably found an uneaten In-N-Out burger lying on a street in Queens. 

"My buddy Lincoln found a perfectly wrapped In-N-Out burger.. On the streets of Queens, New York!" David Gardner tweeted. 

According to the New York Post, Lincoln Boehm and his wife, Dara Katz, were heading towards a McDonald's on Sutphin Boulevard when they spotted the west coast chain cheeseburger on the street, looking completely untouched.

Katz tweeted that she "was initially mostly just astonished there was an untouched beautiful burger on the ground."

Boehm didn't eat the burger, saying that he was too confused and shaken by what had transpired. But most importantly, he was "not hungry."

But what is Boehm's theory on how the burger got there?

His theory is that it arrived there thanks to a super rich person on a private plane.

In-N-Out vice president Denny Warnick said the company is just as flabbergasted. In a statement to 1010 WINS, he 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. So while it is a mystery as to how one of our burgers ended up in Queens, we’re sure someone is having a good laugh."

The nearest In-N-Out restaurant is approximately 2,000 miles away from NYC. 

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