Michigan A man who stuffed a dead mouse into his Taco Bell burrito in a botched extortion attempt was sentenced Friday to 16 to 30 months in prison.
Ryan Daniel Goff, 20, pleaded guilty last month to a felony count of attempted false pretenses between $1,000 and $20,000.
Sheriff's investigators said Goff complained to a restaurant employee in January that his burrito tasted "funny."
Goff reported finding the mouse to the local health department and Taco Bell's regional manager. According to court records, he allegedly told the manager, "It won't be a good day if the media finds out about this."
But investigators said his girlfriend told them he purchased frozen mice from a pet store and put one of them in his burrito.