Some people didn't and voiced their disgust on the Doritos Facebook page.
That's where Mike Melgaard and his fake Doritos ForHelp account comes in.
If you look up the word "Troll" in a Merriam-Webster dictionary, is there just a picture of a Merriam-Webster dictionary?
Merriam-Webster has been spending the first week of the Trump administration going all passive-aggressive on the bizarre public persona of Turmp and his staff, hoping to clear somethings up, so that "facts" don't get confused with "alternative facts."
This guy got a text from someone who obviously thought he was their drug dealer. Since the recipient of the messages wasn't actually a drug dealer, he decided to troll the wrong number instead, leading him to an abandoned building with, presumably, an armful of McDonald's. At least he won't go hungry?
Many of us see scammers as a dangerous nuisance, but played correctly, every scammer interaction can be an opportunity to get extremely weird toward a confused stranger. For more scammers messing up, here's the worst scammer the world's ever seen, as well as a scammer who got trolled with some Photoshop skills.