Woman climbs through drive-thru to cook burger

Rachel Coomler, 27, arrested for climbing through Tigard Burgerville drive-thru window

Rachel Coomler, 27, was arrested after she climbed into a Tigard Burgerville drive-thru window. February 3, 2015 (Washington Co. Sheriff's Office)
Rachel Coomler, 27, was arrested after she climbed into a Tigard Burgerville drive-thru window. February 3, 2015 (Washington Co. Sheriff's Office)

TIGARD, Ore. (AP) — Ever have an overwhelming 4 a.m. craving for a veggie burger?

The Oregonian reports that police in the Portland suburb of Tigard say a homeless woman climbed inside a drive-thru window at a Burgerville fast-food restaurant early Tuesday to cook herself a spicy bean burger.

Police spokesman Jim Wolf says her plans were interrupted when an employee showed up for work about 4:30 a.m.

The employee backed outside and called police.

Wolf says officers found the woman wearing a Burgerville apron and plastic gloves while she cooked.

The spokesman says the 27-year-old woman was arrested for investigation of second-degree burglary.

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