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Photo courtesy of Lincoln Boehm
Mystery surrounds appearance of In-N-Out burger found on Jamaica street
BY EMILY DAVENPORT
Sitting on the road was a wrapped
answers–but his DM’s remain empty.
AND MAX PARROTT
double-double from In-N-Out, a popular
Asked if it was a viral marketing
fast food chain that does not have
attempt, Boehm remained highly skeptical.
locations east of Kansas City, let alone
“I don’t think it makes any sense.
In-N-Out Burger doesn’t even have a
A perfectly wrapped burger that appears
“Th e thing that shocked me was how
Twitter account. It seems like they’re not
to be from the popular West Coast chain
pristine and perfect the burger looked,”
the most 21-century company. Th ey’re
In-N-Out was spotted on a Jamaica street
said Boehm. While he believes that
just relying on the fact that they’re such
over the weekend.
somebody must have brought the burger
a cult brand,” he surmised.
New York Post fi rst reported that at
with them on the plane–maybe a private
Since news spread about rare burger’s
6:30 a.m. on July 20, Lincoln Boehm,
jet–he was astonished by the structural of
appearance, Twitter users have generated
a self-proclaimed In-N-Out fanatic, was
the integrity of the ingredients. “Th is one
some intricate theories about how
with his wife when they decided to kill
looked like it had come off the grill like
the burger arrived in Queens, ranging
some time before catching a train at the
fi ve minutes ago.”
from an attempt by Russian spies
Jamaica Long Island Rail Road station.
While he did not touch or eat the
to monitor the U.S. to the work of prolifi
As they were walking down Sutphin
burger on the ground, Boehm uploaded
c artist Banksy. A user also created a
Boulevard to the nearby McDonald’s,
photos to his Instagram and tagged
Twitter account for the double-double,
Boehm saw something that he claims will
In-N-Out. He even sent their Instagram
which plans to keep the public updated
haunt him until his death.
account a message hoping to get some
as more information unfolds.
“My brother thought that it was like
a ‘Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs’-
type situation, which is like where it’s
like my greatest desire is raining from
the clouds,” said Boehm.
While In-N-Out remains silent on
the issue, Boehm is left reeling from the
“Like the closest thing I can compare
not ever getting an answer to this to
is like your favorite sports team never
winning a championship. Th e longer
it lasts, the more I’m gonna probably
want an answer to what happened,” said
“I don’t think this is something that
I’m going to forget about in the next
week, month or year. So it’s going to last
with me until my last living breath.”