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Danni Jordan was left bemused but in hysterics when she came across the note attached to her millionaire's doughnut she ordered from the St. Peter's Street branch in Derby on Monday night (6 April).
The note read: "Hi, I'm very sorry that this doughnut is still frozen... please wait a few hours before eating."
Luckily the 18-year-old only spotted the note a few hours after she received her delivery, as she hadn't yet got round to eating the doughnut some time after finishing the main meal.
We suppose it could be worse, they could have ignored the fact the doughnut was frozen and left their customer to get severe brain freeze from her first bite...
Danni, from Derby, said: "I couldn't stop laughing. It was so random and I couldn't believe they'd sent me a frozen doughnut.
"I didn't see the note for about an hour and by that point, it was pretty defrosted but the caramel was still pretty frozen.
"It didn't really taste that much different. It was slightly soggy when defrosted, but it still tasted nice. The doughnuts are so nice that I can't not order them - I'd prefer it if they were defrosted though."
Danni, who lives with her partner Josh, doesn't think she'll change her views on McDonalds after the mishap.
Danni went on to add: "I tweeted a picture of the note to McDonalds but didn't get a response. It's more funny than complaint worthy so I didn't think to ring the actual restaurant or anything.
"I tend to have a McDonalds when I can't be bothered to cook, so I probably have one about once a month."
She'd tweeted a picture of the doughnut and note saying: "@McDonaldsUK just found this note with a doughnut I ordered.... I'm actually shocked. I just wanted a doughnut... Preferably defrosted???"
LADbible has contacted McDonalds for a comment.
Maybe Danni could have another shot at treating herself to a McDonald's when they introduce 20 percent off starting on 14 April and ending on 20 April.
That means that from next Wednesday to the following Tuesday you'll be able to take advantage of offers like a double cheeseburger for just £1.27.
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