In what appeared to be an attempt to trick her way through a drug test, a Colorado woman came up with the questionable idea of heating her urine in a microwave. We can only assume she didn’t have her own microwave, so she took the urine sample to a nearby 7-Eleven convenience store.
Yes, that is correct. This woman took her pee and placed it in the same microwave that construction workers and students use to heat up lunchtime burritos and ramen noodles.
Of course it didn’t go well. After a clerk heard a loud bang from the microwave, he saw 26-year-old Angelique Sanchez removing a plastic bottle from the oven. When the clerk confronted her, she wiped liquid that smelled of urine onto the floor and walked out of the store.
Tip- don't heat up urine at a 7-11 store. This happened in Colorado but national news is loving it. https://t.co/TlJrH1cPSV
— Natalie Tysdal (@NatalieTysdal) May 7, 2018
I’m gonna venture a guess she doesn’t get the job.
— Dana Hogan (@hogiD33) May 7, 2018
is freaked out a Colorado woman was arrested after putting her own pee sample in a 7-11 microwave…Coincidentally there is a new Slurpee flavor called Golden Surprise.
— Jim Elkin (@jimelkin) May 9, 2018
Police caught up with Sanchez a short time later at…wait for it…a nearby clinic where she was scheduled to take a urinalysis test for future employment.
Let’s hope it wasn’t a job in the food industry.