Never underestimate fast food workers. A few employees of a Burger King in Montana recently figured out a way to keep a driver they thought was acting strangely from leaving their drive-thru until police could arrive and investigate. The incident happened near Missoula County on Saturday (April 17th), and restaurant workers say they noticed the driver of the car drinking from a bottle and acting “really sloppy.” After the customer ordered his food, the staff asked the car to pull around and wait for the food to be prepared. They then called 9-1-1, and an officer arrived, who noticed signs 38-year-old Joseph Brownell was intoxicated. He was also found to have an open container of alcohol. After a DUI investigation, Brownell was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol.