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Drunk Man Steals A Milk Truck, Drives It To Steak n' Shake (Video)
Posted by Maitlynn on March 15 2017

We all love places that are open either late or 24/7.  They’re perfect for those drunk nights when all you want is some greasy food. Places like Denny's and Taco Bell are go-to's for whatever you're in the mood for.  Then, there's the king of them all, Steak and Shake.

Well, you know what Steak and Shake uses the most and could always use some  more of?  Milk, of course!! This drunk Louisville, Kentucky, man was probably just thinking he'd help out when he stole a Prairie Farms milk truck and drove it to the shake professionals.

24-year-old Dakota Edwards took off in the dairy delivery truck when the Prairie Farms employee left it running while making the delivery at the local Walmart. Edwards just moved the truck to the other end of the parking lot, closer to Steak and Shake.

Police arrived to the scene and were told that a Walmart employee noticed Edwards parking the truck and entering the restaurant. They found Edwards inside, of course very drunk and with his friends, because that is the real reason behind Steak and Shake's existence. Edwards claimed that it was supposed to be a joke, but the police didn't see it that way and charged him with theft of a motor vehicle and public intoxication.

Just shake it off man! For what it's worth, we think it's funny! 

Tags:  crimesdrunkpolicetruckswtf
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