Man Without Pants Hits Vehicle in Taco Bell Drive-Thru

Man crashes car in Taco Bell drive-thru in Vero Beach because he was angry they were closed.
Man crashes car in Taco Bell drive-thru in Vero Beach because he was angry they were closed.

On Sunday morning, a Vero Beach man walked inside the Vero Beach Taco Bell and “yelled and howled” after employees told him they were closed.

When they asked him to leave, he took off his pants and drove his vehicle into another car that was sitting in the drive-thru, according to the Vero Beach Police Department.

Officers arrived at the Taco Bell, located at 1985 41st Ave, and found an abandoned vehicle in the drive-thru. Employees said the driver walked away and was last seen on 43rd Avenue in Vero Beach.

Police searched the area and found a man walking without pants. The man, later identified as 47-year-old John Darren Olivier.

When police asked why he wasn’t wearing any pants, Olivier stated that he didn’t know and that he “fu** up” at the Taco Bell restaurant, according to the affidavit.

“While speaking with Mr. Olivier, I could smell a strong odor of alcohol emanating from his breath,” the officer said.

Police transported Olivier back to the restaurant for further investigation. Employees positively identified Olivier as the man that hit a car in their drive-thru, according to the report.

After conducting standard field sobriety tests, officers determined that Olivier was too impaired to drive. Olivier gave a breath sample that measured 0.186 and 0.192 before he was transported to the Indian River County Jail.

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