Razorhead

Garret Brittingham, of Fort Worth, said his 13-year-old niece found a razor head in her breakfast burrito at the Sonic in Willow Park last weekend.

Editor's note: This story has been updated with comments from Willow Park Sonic management.

 

Garret Brittingham, of Fort Worth, has filed a police report after he claims his 13-year-old niece found a razor head in her breakfast burrito at the Sonic in Willow Park last weekend.

“Saturday morning my girlfriend and I, and my two nieces, were driving to Possum Kingdom Lake and we stopped at the Willow Park Sonic. My niece was trying to pull some egg out of her breakfast burrito and she found a woman’s shaver head with hair in it in the breakfast burrito,” Brittingham said. “The lady at the drive-thru was horrendously rude to us — we waited about 20 minutes for our food. The manager said they were going to review the camera footage, but hasn’t reached out to me since.”

WP Sonic Assistant Manager Felecia Schaefer confirmed that Brittingham did have to wait for his food, but denied the razor incident.

“We have video footage showing that nothing was put in his burrito,” she said. “He did wait, since the time he got there, around 13, 15 minutes for his food, so I’m sure he was angry.”

Willow Park Police Chief Carrie West confirmed that they are investigating the incident.

“Right now I can tell you that we did respond to that Sonic for that purpose, but it’s an open investigation,” West said.

Brittingham said he spoke with the manager of the WP Sonic.

“The manager said the lady at the drive-thru was on her way out, she put in her two weeks notice, and was no longer going to be employed there,” Brittingham said. “My 13-year-old niece did not place the razor in her breakfast burrito and the police have it in a bag.”

Schaefer said the store was cooperating with police, and that they had provided police with a flash drive of the video.