Police: Taco Bell Burrito, Fork Used as Weapons in Domestic Fight
Police responding to a disturbance in a Florida Panhandle town arrested a couple after they attacked each other with a Taco Bell Burrito and a fork.
The Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office reported that the violence started over an argument between Suzanne Hurlvert, 51, and Carl Owen Smith, 66, over Smith's drinking habits.
"During the argument, she hit him in the back of the head with her half-eaten Taco Bell Burrito Supreme, the news release said. She said Smith then stabbed her hand with a fork he was using to eat a Taco Bell pizza and left their home. Portions of the burrito were located on the floor, scattered on the sofa, and on a lamp shade."
Police said that when they arrived on the scene, they found Hurlvert "relatively calm and in good spirits but had a fork protruding from her right hand."
Both are now reportedly facing felony charges.
Smith is charged with aggravated battery, domestic violence related. Hurlvert is charged with domestic violence related battery, second or subsequent offense.