Women’s embarrassing moment alcohol interlock goes off in KFC drive-through
The embarrassing moment an alcohol interlock interrupted a woman’s KFC drive-through order has gone viral on social media.
In a video posted to TikTok, the Australian woman was captured talking to the drive-through worker over the speaker when her interlock device cuts in and starts beeping.
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An alcohol interlock is a breath-testing device linked to the ignition system of a car driven by someone convicted of either a serious drink driving offence or multiple offences.
Before the person starts their car, a breath test has to be completed and if alcohol is detected the car will not start. The driver might also be required to take random breath tests during their journey.
The woman, who goes by the username @meganboon309, is heard apologising to the drive-through employee.
“Sorry two seconds, I’m so sorry, hold on, this thing, I’ve got to blow on it or my car will stop,” she says.
‘”F***, I’m so sorry dude it usually doesn’t take this long, you’re making me nervous.”
The employee is then heard offering a word of encouragement.
“Nah you’re right, you got this,” he says.
After several attempts the woman finally manages to complete a successful breath test.
“You’re not telling everyone are you,” the woman asks the KFC employee through the speaker.
“You are so telling everyone aren’t you?”
Another employee can be heard saying she knows someone who also has an interlock device in their car.
“We’ll be going 100 down the highway and it just like starts beeping at ya,” she says.
The video has been viewed 1.3 million times and garnered over 1500 comments, many of which found the situation hilarious.
“Love the support from the worker,” one user commented.
“I would simply pass out from laughing so hard,” another wrote.
One person commented: “I know your struggle, it’s worst trying to do it and laughing at the same time.”
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