In a bizarre turn of events, a man was arrested yesterday for attempting to negotiate a trade that left law enforcement officers scratching their heads. The suspect, identified as Bob Hamburger, allegedly approached the White House with an audacious proposal: he offered to hand over former President Donald Trump's surrender in exchange for a lifetime supply of Big Macs.
It all started when Hamburger, a self-proclaimed fast food enthusiast, stumbled upon a conspiracy theory claiming that Trump had secretly drafted a surrender letter during his time in office. Convinced that this document would be worth a fortune, Hamburger hatched a plan to acquire it and cash in.
Unbeknownst to Hamburger, the idea of trading Trump's surrender for hamburgers was met with a mix of amusement and confusion by White House officials. "We initially thought it was a joke," said one anonymous source. "But when he showed up with a briefcase full of condiments and a contract outlining the terms, we realized he was serious."
As news of Hamburger's proposal spread, social media erupted with a flurry of memes and puns. Some users suggested that Trump's surrender would consist of him admitting that he prefers ketchup on his steak, while others speculated that it would reveal the secret recipe for the "Trump Tower Burger."
Legal experts were quick to weigh in on the matter, with many dismissing Hamburger's plan as absurd. "There's no legal precedent for trading important political documents for fast food," said renowned attorney Alan McRib. "This is a classic case of someone trying to have their burger and eat it too."
Despite the skepticism, Hamburger remained undeterred. He even went as far as setting up a makeshift burger stand outside the White House, offering free samples to anyone who would listen to his proposition. Unfortunately for him, the Secret Service was not amused and promptly arrested him for trespassing.
While Hamburger's plan may have been ill-conceived, it did manage to highlight the absurdity of some conspiracy theories and the lengths people will go to in pursuit of their passions. As for Trump's surrender, it remains a mystery. Perhaps it will one day surface, causing a bidding war between fast food aficionados and political memorabilia collectors alike.