TV Episode | TV-14 | | Crime, Drama, Mystery
A man accused of impersonating a police officer over a telephone and telling a fast food manager to sexually assault an employee is found not guilty, and as a result becomes a vocal crusader telling other people to defy authority figures.
This story based on a number of actual phone hoaxes, especially one that happened at a McDonald's restaurant in Mount Washington, Kentucky on April 9, 2004, where a phone caller claiming to be a police officer manipulates the staff of a business to ... ...
You, Elliot Stabler, are a true human being.
When Benson and Stabler arrive at the burger joint one of the uniformed officers says that the victim is locked in the office with the perp and that the office door is reinforced steel so they can't get it open until ESU arrives with breaching charges. When Stabler asks where the keys are the officer says the manager has the only set and is MIA. The general manager wouldn't be the only person with a set of keys to the building. In pretty much every fast food and restaurant chain in the country the district manager and assistant manager would also have their own sets of keys to the main doors, the office door and the safe. The shift supervisors also usually have their own sets of keys as well.