Seth Rogen Responds After a "McLovin" Arrested for Fake ID

Seth Rogen  attends the premiere of Universal Pictures' "Good Boys"  - Getty-H 2019
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The 20-year-old with the 'Superbad'-inspired identification is facing numerous alcohol-related charges.

Iowa City police recently arrested a 20-year-old man in a bar with a fake Hawaii ID under the name "McLovin." And of course, Seth Rogen thinks it is hilarious.

Daniel Alfredo Burleson, 20, of Des Moines is facing numerous alcohol-related charges, according to the Iowa City Press-Citizen.

Burleson's fake ID was inspired by the 2007 comedy Superbad, which Rogen co-wrote. Christopher Mintz-Plasse played Fogell, aka McLovin, who obtains a horrible fake ID to buy booze for a high-school house party. 

"My work here is done," Rogen said Wednesday, sharing a version of the news story via Twitter. 

Burleson was found to be drinking in a bar and was escorted out by officers when he refused to show his ID. Finally, he showed them the "McLovin" card, according to the newspaper.

The faux-McLovin told officers he bought the ID on Amazon. They retail for around $15 on the site. 

Burleson faces public intoxication, under legal age in a bar, possession of a fictitious license and possession of alcohol while underage, according to jail records, cited by the newspaper.