‘Disgusting’ McDonald’s trend takes off across Australia – but fast-food workers are NOT impressed and it’s ruining their days: ‘Grow up mate, that’s not funny’
- Disgusting new TikTok trend has emerged with Aussies pranking Maccas staff
- Prank sees people replace Filet-O-Fish patty with a dead fish
- Customers then attempt to pass it off as a mistake to McDonald’s workers
A ‘disgusting’ new trend has emerged where young Australians are mocking McDonald’s staff and uploading videos of their encounters to TikTok.
A tradie named Dylan posted a video of himself replacing the processed Filet-O-Fish hoki patty with a dead fish – before attempting to pass it off to McDonald’s staff as their mistake.
The female worker dismisses the attempt, saying she was aware of the viral trend.
‘Yeah, real funny guys. I’ve seen it on TikTok, not tonight,’ she replies.
A disgusting new trend has emerged where young Australians are mocking McDonald’s staff by replacing burger patties with fish
The clip shows the young man standing in a high-vis vest outside a McDonald’s restaurant, opening the burger to reveal the dead fish inside.
Dylan then walks inside the chain and up to a staff member where he claims to have a complaint.
He again opens the burger for her, before she immediately recognises what he’s doing.
A tradie named Dylan posted a video of himself replacing a fillet-o-fish protein with a dead fish – before attempting to pass it off to Maccas staff as their mistake
‘That’s funny guys, it didn’t come from here,’ she says.
‘It’s real funny, not tonight, we’re busy.’
Australians weren’t impressed with Dylan’s attempted joke and stood up for the hospitality worker.
‘Grow up mate, that’s not funny,’ a man replied.
In a response to Daily Mail Australia, a spokeswoman from McDonald’s said: ‘We can assure our customers, our Filet-O-Fish comes scaled, cooked and delicious.’
Australians slammed for showing no manners at McDonald’s
Australian fast food diners have been slammed for having no manners after leaving a city fast food restaurant littered in rubbish.
A customer waiting for their takeaway order filmed the dining area of the Melbourne city McDonald’s restaurant last month.
Garbage is piled up over the floor and tables – including food wrappers, half-eaten burgers, scattered fries and discarded drinks.
The mess didn’t seem to bother plenty of customers, who took a seat amid the rubbish to eat their food.
‘Melbourne Maccas is something else… They would have to fire me before I cleaned any of this up,’ the uploader wrote.
Australians have slammed the state of a Melbourne McDonald’s restaurant left covered with rubbish (pictured)
Aussies were shocked at the messy surroundings and questioned how people could brazenly throw their rubbish where other customers were eating.
‘Who would sit in that cesspit? I would be furious about the state of that,’ one person wrote.
‘How can people be so inconsiderate, just use the bin,’ another said.
‘And Melbourne is one of the top ten most livable cities in the world?’ a third said.
Some commenters tried to provide an explanation for why the restaurant would be that messy.
‘If this is near the clubs on a Friday or Saturday night it’s not that out of the ordinary,’ one person said.
‘The manager probably tolerates it for the amount of business they’re getting,’ added another.
‘If it’s after midnight the employees might be told to just leave it as it’s a health and safety issue,’ a third said.