Fast food is definitely addictive, especially good fast food. This feels a little too on-the-nose.

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Fred Maldonado went to an In-N-Out Burger in Downey, California in March last year and ordered a milkshake. When he was halfway done with it, he noticed a napkin and two blue pills at the bottom of his cup.

He says he took it to a lab, they found there was meth in the pills and the drink. Fred just filed a lawsuit against In-N-Out. He says the drink made him sick, and has caused, "severe mental illness." He didn't say how much money he wants, he'll let a jury decide.

In-N-Out is fighting back hard. They say the suit is, "baseless." In other words, they're suggesting Fred put the meth in his own drink.

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