Underage man arrested after using outrageously fake ID to get into bar

A 20-year-old Iowa man was arrested last Friday after he allegedly used a fake ID with the name "McLovin" to get into a bar, the Iowa City Press-Citizen reports.

According to Iowa City authorities, an officer approached Daniel Alfredo Burleson, 20, of Des Moines, in Airliner Bar around 1:30 that morning. Burleson repoprtedly had a drink in his hand and told the police that he was drinking a beverage containing vodka.

When the officer asked the 20-year-old for identification, Burleson refused, according to a complaint. He was then taken out of the bar and showed police his real ID, which revealed that he was under the legal drinking age.

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Law enforcement also reportedly asked Burleson for his fake ID. Though he claimed that he didn't have one, authorities said they noticed a fake Hawaii ID with the name "McLovin DOB 06/03/1981" as he shuffled through his wallet. The name "McLovin" is in reference to the popular alias that Fogell, a character in the film "Superbad," uses to buy alcohol at a liquor store.

Police said Burleson revealed that he had bought the fake ID on Amazon. A dispatcher allegedly ran a search of the ID, which failed to turn up anything.

The 20-year-old faces several charges including public intoxication, under legal age in a bar, possession of a fictitious license and possession of alcohol while underage. On Wednesday, his arrest caught the attention of Seth Rogen, who co-wrote and starred in "Superbad."

"My work here is done," Rogen tweeted.