McDonald’s Customer Goes Behind Counter to Fetch Nuggets: ‘I’m Tired of Waiting’

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If you’re the type of person who eats Chicken McNuggets — and who isn’t? — then you likely expect them to be served quickly. Or at least in a reasonable amount of time.

If not, well, then you may just have to take matters into your own hands.

One man proved that you can do exactly that. His nuggets weren’t served in a timely fashion. So he just went behind the counter and grabbed them himself.

“Look at these,” he said after walking behind the counter and pulling out a tray full of McNuggets. “There are 20 nuggets. Here we go, I’ll get it myself.”

He then walked out of the kitchen as an employee calmly looked on, the man clutching to a handful of what he wanted.

As an aside, it did not seem as if he grabbed any dipping sauce. Oh, also, he may or may not have been sober.

McDonald’s Customer Goes Behind Counter to Fetch Nuggets

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Either way, at least he wasn’t overly rude about it. “I’m sorry,” he said, “I’m tired of waiting.”

And hey, who hasn’t been there? You’re at a fast-food establishment, you order your food, you want it fresh, and you want it quickly. Ideally, that’s the entire concept of “fast food.”

But sometimes, you have to wait … and wait … and wait.

This guy offers evidence you don’t have to just stand there and take it anymore. Just get your food yourself, if the need arises.

Of course, you’d better hurry up and eat it. The police may not let you finish it in the back of their patrol car.

That said, it does not appear as if the employees at this particular McDonald’s were compelled to call the police. Heck, they probably could’ve used the help.

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