A McDonald’s customer has been refused service after being told that no burger is better than a bad burger by one member of staff.
Gavin McKeen, 27, left his local McDonald’s completely empty handed after McDonald’s refused to serve him a burger until they’d improved the quality.
‘All I wanted was a Big Mac and fries to get my day started. But they told me they weren’t happy with the finished product and that I should be grateful to have no burger rather than a bad one. I’m starving now,’ said McKeen.
McDonald’s have defended the move by the local branch and said that they might roll out a similar service model across all branches in the near future.
‘Of course, we’ll be out of business in a month but it’s a small price to pay for the principal of the matter,’ said McDonald’s CEO Steve Easterbrook.