You know that game foodies play -- what you eat for your last supper? There might be a new incarnation of that question: What would your first post-incarceration meal be?
We know what Dr. Conrad Murray would say.
After serving two years behind bars, the doctor convicted in the death of pop star Michael Jackson was released from custody Monday morning and headed to In-N-Out Burger for a after-jail meal.
He ordered a double double with grilled onions and, of course, French fries. This according to his attorney, Valerie Wass.
Murray, 60, was sentenced to four years in prison for contributing to Jackson's death on June 25, 2009, from an overdose of the anesthetic propofol, which the doctor had administered.
Even though he has already been released, Murray continues to challenge his conviction and is seeking to have the verdict overturned because of insufficient evidence. He is also fighting to regain his suspended medical license.
So. What would your first post-prison meal be?