Who Steals A Generator, Honestly?


The scene of the crime. - BRANDON MCKELVEY/FACEBOOK
  • Brandon McKelvey/Facebook
  • The scene of the crime.

Update: Thursday, July 2, 1:54 p.m.: You can help shave some of the costs of adding a new generator to the back of Say-She-Ate truck by pitching into their GoFundMe campaign.

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Say-She-Ate owner Brandon McKelvey woke up to some shitty news: someone(s) stole the generator off the beloved truck San Antonian's flock to for duck fat fries and juicy akaushi sliders.

The generator, which weighs 191.5 pounds, probably required at least three people to lift, was stolen sometime on Monday night near the West Cypress area. At around $1,000, the generator is integral to Say-She-Ate's business. 

If you have any tips on the jerks who pulled this dick move, call McKelvey at (210) 446-8257 or foodie@saysheatetx.com. 

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