& # 39; You make pickles on my hamburger! & # 39; Furious McDonald & # 39; s customer tense exchange with drive-thru staff about order blunder – cause furious debate about who's wrong
- Images of an exchange between a customer and a McDonald's went viral
- The man argues with the worker before they change his attitude & # 39; disgusting & # 39; calls
- He then receives a refund and is told that he is no longer welcome in the store
A McDonald & # 39; s customer has had a tense exchange with an employee about an unsuccessful order, banning the man from the store.
The video circulating on social media, filmed in an unknown location, begins halfway through the discussion with the man who complains that his employees have ruined his hamburger.
& # 39; You are making pickles on my hamburger, how hard is it? & # 39 ;, the customer said.
The two started yelling over each other while the man became more agitated when the worker tried to talk.
& # 39; Your attitude is not necessary, you are not welcome here, & # 39; she said.
& # 39; You give me an attitude, & # 39; the man answered quickly.
& # 39; I am no longer concerned with this, your attitude is disgusting, therefore you are not welcome here, & # 39; she said.
The customer then claimed that he saw employees laughing in the back of the store and told them that he is recording.
& # 39; I will send it to all Maccas headquarters, & # 39; he said.
The two started shouting over each other, the man apparently becoming more agitated when the worker tried to talk
Although visibly irritated, the worker seems to keep her calm.
& # 39; That's fine, I'll grab you for that refund, it won't be long and you'll no longer be welcome, & # 39; she said.
The man then gets his money back before he reminds the woman that he is taking her up again – to which she replied: & Have a nice day & # 39 ;.
The video has divided online users with a lot of standing up for the employee.
& # 39; Imagine how much a loser you have to be to complain to Maccas, & # 39; a man said.
& # 39; Private companies have the right to refuse service, this is not a government-run fast food joint & # 39 ;, another commentator said.
The man then gets his money back before he reminds the woman that he is picking up her again – to which she replied: & have a nice day & # 39;
But others pointed out that they have often made mistakes at McDonalds and that this can be frustrating.
& # 39; Quite standard, my order is pumped 6/10 times, quite heavy handymen, & # 39; a man remarked.
& # 39; Justice for people who don't want pickles, & # 39; a person joked.
Another man pointed out that it is difficult to form an opinion anyway with the video that only films the last half of the argument.
& # 39; Who knows what happens before he started recording? & # 39;
The Daily Mail Australian has contacted McDonalds for comment.
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