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Watch: MacDonald employee left people on social media in disbelief after he did this to customers

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MacDonald is one of the biggest fast food company in the world which was founded in 1940 by Richard and Maurice MacDonald, in San Bernardino, California, United States. MacDonald has been franchised in many counties around the world as it is one of the biggest fast food company in the world.

However we see now in this video that MacDonald employees sometimes do not always have a great day on the job, as this employee threw a hamburger at one of the customers of MacDonald.

Before this employee threw this hamburger at these customers, they were complaining about the services they got here, as they said they were waiting for their order for almost 25 minutes.

These customers then told this employee that they deserve a free juice or a free meal for them for waiting for this long to get their food. Surely this employee may have had a lot of orders and that maybe was the reason why he took so long to get these people their food.

This employee also mentioned that he was still new at the job, surely he has not yet got used to working here and that maybe the reason why he was slow to give them their food.

However these customers kept on demanding free food from this employee that obviously made him very angry as he started eating their food and after that threw a hamburger at them.

Some people on social media were even worried that this employee may lose his job after doing this and surely his manager may dismiss him after seeing this.


Here are some of the comments that people on social media made after seeing what this employee did.


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