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John Daly's Absurd $500 Taco Bell Order is Going Viral: 'Don't Drink and Order Taco Bell' The pro golfer racked up quite the bill while celebrating in Miami this week.

By Emily Rella Edited by Jessica Thomas

We've all been there — having just a little bit too much to drink and an insatiable craving for fast and fried food, instantly regretting all of our decisions the following morning when the inevitable stomach ache comes on.

For most of us, this involves stopping by the nearest pizza joint or fast food drive-thru, never really taking a financial hit but most certainly taking a general wellness one.

But when you're a professional athlete who can eat more than an average person — and afford more, too — your options are seemingly limitless when it comes to your intoxicated eats.

Just ask golf legend John Daly, who racked up an impressive $446.10 in Taco Bell delivery after a presumably very fun night out.

Daly posted his Uber Eats receipt to his Instagram story, which featured an impressive 10 Crunchy Taco Supremes totaling $28.70 and another 10 Spicy Double Steak Grilled Cheese Burritos totaling a whopping $77.90. Other visible items included five Grilled Cheese Burritos, one Beef Burrito and a definitely necessary 20 mild sauce packets.

Instagram via John Daly

"Don't drink and order Taco Bell on Uber Eats," the athlete jokingly wrote on top of the screenshot.

Because the bill was cut off in the photo, it's between Daly and the liquor gods to know the full extent of what he ordered that night.

The Taco Bell incident went down in Miami, where Daly was having a blast at the Trump Touring Pro.

Daly is known to be one to have a good time — the ever-popular alcoholic version of the Arnold Palmer (half lemonade, half iced tea) has even been coined the "John Daly."

Safe to say this drunken order was probably just par for the course in a typical Daly weekend.

Emily Rella

Entrepreneur Staff

Senior News Writer

Emily Rella is a Senior News Writer at Previously, she was an editor at Verizon Media. Her coverage spans features, business, lifestyle, tech, entertainment, and lifestyle. She is a 2015 graduate of Boston College and a Ridgefield, CT native. Find her on Twitter at @EmilyKRella.

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