Authorities in Georgia arrested a woman by the name of Kimberly George Ragsdale after she tried convincing Chick-fil-A workers that she was a federal FBI agent and should get free food.
Fox News reports Ragsdale demanded free meals from the workers for a whole week. Her behavior made the restaurant staff suspicious, which then they eventually contacted the police. When authorities confronted Ragsdale in the Chick-fil-A parking lot, the woman allegedly told the officers she was a federal agent and that her credentials were electronic.
Ragsdale was later booked into the Polk County Jail and released on $3,000 bail after two days behind bars.
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