NJ cook allegedly put 'body hair' in cop's food
Incident proves that cops need to be aware of anti-police pranks
STRATFORD, N.J. — Police in New Jersey said they charged a restaurant cook with aggravated assault for concealing a "body hair" in food prepared for an officer.
Authorities said Ryan Burke, 26, of Stratford, was working Feb. 21 at Good Foods to Go in Evesham when he concealed the "body hair" on a bagel sandwich made for a police officer, whose name was not released, The Courier Post, Cherry Hill, N.J., reported Thursday.
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