September 19, 2021
An ex-McDonald’s employee revealed what went on behind the counter, including how the staff put orders on hold for rude customers.
Fast Food chains don’t often live up to their name, which upsets customers who are on the go or just really hungry. However, the cause of delay is not always reasonable.
A TikTok user and former McDonald’s employee, Elise, who goes by the username @eliseeee69, revealed secrets that went on behind the counter.
In her now-viral clip, Elise shared that rude customers had to wait for their food in a bay for a longer time as punishment for how they treated staff. She said:
“If you’re rude to us, we will purposefully take ages to give you your food or park you up in a bay.”
Similarly, she revealed that many managers were just as rude to the staff but expected to be treated with respect.
Another secret she revealed is that seafood and veggie meals are cooked in the same oil as the meat, such as the chicken nuggets. She also said:
“The adult men r really creepy and make inappropriate comments also touched up one of my coworkers who was 16 [sic].”
Several other TikTok users commented on the post, including a few who claimed that the McDonald’s they worked in was different. One user claimed that they had a different fryer for the veggies and filet.
Another former McDonald’s staff member, Amber, also shared her experience in the restaurant and revealed that staff spied on drivers. After hearing insulting words, they made them wait in the queue.
He was charged with one count of illegal tattooing and one count of underage tattooing.
“When you pull forward in the drive-thru, we can already see you and hear you, even though we haven’t said hello. When we actually put you on pause because we are busy, we can still hear you,” Amber said, as reported by Express.
A lot of things happen at McDonalds, including a recent incident that made it to the news. In one of the South Carolina branches, the Laurens Police Department officers arrested a man who tattooed a minor inside the establishment.
The unlicensed tattoo artist, Brandon Presha, sat a minor down in the dining area of McDonald’s and began his permanent artwork.
He was charged with one count of illegal tattooing and one count of underage tattooing. Presha was later released on a $25,000 bond.
Mason McDonald, the McDonald’s franchisee, released a statement about the incident and reassured the public about the safety of their customers.
September 04, 2021