Image: From left, Morgan Glissmeyer, 17, Spenser Dauwalder, 18, Trevor Tolbert, 17, and Gage Christensen, 17
Paul Fraughton  /  The Salt Lake Tribune
From left, Morgan Glissmeyer, 17, Spenser Dauwalder, 18, Trevor Tolbert, 17, and Gage Christensen, 17, got into trouble when they tried to rap their order at a McDonald's.
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updated 5/18/2010 9:01:50 PM ET 2010-05-19T01:01:50

Not McGuilty was the verdict from a Utah judge who acquitted a young man of disorderly conduct Tuesday for rapping an order at a McDonald's drive-thru.

Spenser Dauwalder was cited with the infraction in October after he and three younger friends imitated a rap from a popular YouTube video that begins, "I need a double cheeseburger and hold the lettuce."

The 18-year-old said employees told them that they were holding up the line and needed to order or leave.

But Dauwalder said no one else was in line and the four left without buying anything.

A manager wrote down the car's license plate number and called authorities. Officers later cited the would-be rappers in a high school parking lot outside a volleyball match.

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