Okay, maybe I just saw a man wearing an orange jumpsuit walking around this Taco Bell surrounded by a fence. I mean, think about it, why would a local police department want to hold prisoners at a fast food place? It wouldn't really be punishment, as long as the Mexican Pizzas are in stock. But it COULD HAPPEN. Think about the 1993 futuristic action film Demolition Man with Sylvester Stallone, Sandra Bullock, and Wesley Snipes! In that movie, Taco Bell was everywhere, I could totally seeing then lending a hand with law enforcement!

Yes, this article is an April Fools' Joke, but if you let your brain go down the rabbit hole (as I tend to do), it can be quite entertaining. Half of the menu items sound like they could be prison nicknames. "Quesorito", "Chalupa", "Cheesy Gordita", "Crunchwrap Supreme"! Who would mess with an inmate named Crunchwrap Supreme! That's just asking to get shanked with a stale nacho chip!

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If the two (Taco Bell & Law Enforcement) were to ever team up, what kind of criminals would they hold here? I'm thinking it'd have to be crimes of a not very serious nature. Maybe theft. Like stealing things that are... NOT-CH-YOU'S... Nachos... you had to know that stupid pun was coming in this article.

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Alright, I think this idea has run its course, it is a stupid idea. I mean, think about it, if any type of law enforcement was going to hold inmates in any fast food establishment... it'd have to be a McDonald's. But it would have to be one with a ball pit, those things are pretty hard to escape from!

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