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Wendy's drive-through worker who sold child porn gets 22 years in prison

A drive-through worker at a San Antonio Wendy's restaurant is heading to prison after selling customers more than just fries.

Juan Antonio Rosa, 36, was sentenced Wednesday to almost 22 years in prison for distributing child pornography to customers with their food, the San Antonio Express-News reported. He pleaded guilty to the charges back in March.

Rosa allegedly found his porn customers online, and buyers then said "Scooby Doo" as a code word to buy memory cards with their food, at the fast-food chain's drive-through window. Officials said the SD memory cards were loaded up with two to five pornographic videos that were sold for $50 each, the Express-News reported.


The exact Wendy's Co. restaurant location has not been released, and restaurant operators told authorities they didn't know about these dealings.

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This isn't the first time Rosa was in trouble for this sort of crime. He started working at Wendy's after his 2010 release from prison after serving time for a state child porn conviction. In 2011, he was arrested during a federal raid that turned up child porn on his personal computers.

Before the judge announced the sentence, Rosa apologized to his family, including his two young daughters, according to the San Antonio Express-News.

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