Neigh service at the McDonalds Ride Thru

22 July 2013

In the kind of news that makes Twitter's face explode, a woman in Whitefield, Greater Manchester has been fined for going to McDonalds - on a horse.

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After failing to get served at the Drive Thru kiosk, she then rode the pony into the restaurant, where according to police, the horse 'did its business on the floor.'

Apparently the arrival of a six foot tall equine beast at the counter doing a massive jobby upset the customers, (who ironically, were probably eating a horse's arse in a bun at the time).

A spokesman for McDonalds said: 'The health and safety of our customers and staff is our top priority, and for this reason we are unable to serve pedestrians, bicycle riders or customers on horseback through the drive-thru.'

'The sight and smell of this caused obvious distress and upset to customers trying to eat, as well as staff members.' The police explained. The woman was then issued with a fixed penalty notice and told to clop on.

Still, worth a try, eh? Next time, she should bring in a TIGER.

TOPICS:   Cool Stuff   Restaurants

5 comments

  • shiftynifty
    All publicity is good publicity...mcdonalds must be lovin it
  • jokester
    "The health and safety of our customers and staff is our top priority, and for this reason we are unable to serve pedestrians, bicycle riders or customers on horseback through the drive-thru." 2 major issues with this: 1) "The health and safety of our customers and staff is our top priority" - so why are your burgers incredibly UNHEALTHY ??? 2) "we are unable to serve pedestrians, bicycle riders or customers on horseback" - No, you're just pedantic arseholes.
  • whasitoya
    I hate it when companies like McDonald's say - “The health and safety of our customers and staff is our top priority”. What they mean to say is - "The profit of our company is our top priority, followed somewhere in the distance by H&S because we're legal obliged too..." Tossers.
  • fibbingarchie
    Turning up anywhere on a horse (except for horse related events) makes you a prize twat really. Well done Ronald clown fella.
  • TeddyEdward
    To be fair to McDonalds, they have some of the highest standards of food hygiene in the catering industry.

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