PSA: Stealing is wrong, especially if it’s from Whataburger

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Right up there with the yellow rose, bluebonnet and mockingbird, the Whataburger number tent is a Texas treasure and icon that is not to be messed with.

Of course, it’s also a necessary right of passage to swipe them after your meal.

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That’s why North Texas police are doing their part today by reminding us that stealing the markers is still a crime.

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Whataburgers are already some of the most heavily policed places around town, but it’s usually not our fault that those beautiful tents get stolen: no one goes there sober.

The proof is in the pudding.

 

Frat hard, and Whataburger often.

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