updated - May 26, 2013 Sunday EDT
By Zanub Saeed
A San Antonio man was arrested and sentenced to 21 year in federal prison for selling child pornography through a Wendy's drive through window, said a report in My San Antonio last week.
The man, 36-year-old Juan Antonio Rosa, was sentenced to prison for selling the pornography which he downloaded from the internet and placed in SD memory cards, which were then sold for $50 at the Wendy's drive through he worked at, said the report. Rosa took the pornography orders from people he would meet through social media networks online, would then download two to five videos of the illegal footage on the memory cards, and hand them out for a price at the fast-food chain, said My San Antonio on Thursday.
Rosa, according to Assistant United States Attorney Tracy Thompson, placed the memory cards with the pornography in a carton of French fries ordered by the customers he met online, said the report. The report did not say at which Wendy's chain the footage was sold.
"It kind of gives new meaning to, 'Would you like fries with that?'" Thompson said.
Code words were given to Rosa by the customers to get the memory cards, said the report, like "Scooby Doo."
This is not the first arrest for Rosa regarding child pornography; the man was sent to prison for five years for a state conviction for child pornography, of which he already served a part, noted the report.
"I can tell you the San Antonio franchisee has no knowledge of the incident," Andrea Winans, a spokeswoman for Wendy's, told My San Antonio. "They have no information or any police report of this incident occurring at a Wendy's there."
Rosa confessed to downloading the child pornography and distributing it for sale at Wendy's in court, said the report.
"He said, 'It's not for me. I'm just trying to make some money off of it,'" Thompson told the press.
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