TROY, Mich. -- Police believe one or two young men, possibly teenagers, are responsible for issuing obscenities and insults to customers at a Troy Burger King drive-through window.
Officer Describes What Hackers Are Telling Customers
"You don't need a couple of Whoppers. You are too fat. Pull ahead," Officer Gerry Scherlink said is an example of what the hackers are telling customers at the drive-through speaker.
The men are reportedly tapping into the wireless frequency at the restaurant located at 14 Mile and John R roads. Police believe the culprits are watching and broadcasting from close range.
The pranks began last week and continued until Tuesday, according to a Local 4 report. They reportedly occurred around 3 p.m.
Scherlinck said the men are telling customers who order a Coca-Cola that, "We don't have Coke." And when the customer asks what they do have, the hacker would say," We don't have anything. Pull ahead."
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Editorial: So how do they know it was hackers and not disgruntaled employees... also why are the people being called hackers in the first place... God Bless America!