New Mexico woman tells server & # 39; This is on GOD & # 39; before fleeing the fast food restaurant with a meal
New Mexico woman tells server & # 39; This is on GOD & # 39; before she flees from a fast-food restaurant with a meal – but she is now facing crime
- Delila Hernandez, 30, reportedly rode her bike to Sonic Drive-In in Las Cruces, New Mexico on Monday
- She ordered a meal, but refused to pay for it and told a stunned server that the bill on God was # 39; used to be.
- After he threatened the server in the restaurant, Hernandez fled the stage with food in hand
- The police followed her to a nearby park where she devoured the meal and told officers she was starving
- Hernandez was arrested and charged with theft by the officers
A woman from New Mexico was charged with a robbery after she refused to pay for a meal at a fast-food restaurant and a stunned server told her her & # 39; on God & # 39; used to be.
Delila Hernandez, 30, rode her bike to Sonic Drive-In in Las Cruces on Monday evening, where she ordered a meal from a male server.
According to court documents, the server prepared the order for Hernandez before asking her to pay, and she replied: "This is on God!"
Las Cruces Sun News reports that the employee tried to keep the food in his possession, but feared for his safety when Hernandez & # 39; would have threatened him & # 39 ;.
She then grabbed the food and fled the stage on her bike.
Delila Hernandez is being charged with theft after fleeing Sonic Drive-In in Las Cruces, New Mexico (photo) without paying for her meal
The police tracked down Hernandez in a nearby park, where she found the meal for which she was accused of theft.
Allegedly she told officers that she knew her actions were wrong and that she even hesitated to eat the stolen goods, but she did because she was starving & # 39; used to be.
Hernandez was subsequently arrested and charged with theft.
The food and the dash can ultimately cost the New Mexico woman more than what she would have had to pay for the food.
She is likely to be charged with a minor crime of less than $ 250, and will be forced to reimburse the restaurant for the cost of the meal, plus a small fine.
An information officer for the Third District District Attorney & # 39; s Office, however, says the charges can be withdrawn entirely.
DailyMail.com has contacted Sonic for comments.
Hernandez fled the restaurant (photo) on a bicycle
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