Former McDonald's Worker Admits To Putting 11 Nuggets In 10-Piece Boxes
An ex-McDonald's worker has been hailed as a hero and labelled as the 'Robin Hood of McNuggets' after revealing that during his entire time of employment with the fast food chain he was slipping an extra chicken nugget into customers' meals.
If this doesn't restore your faith in humanity, nothing will.
Sometimes, when humanity is in a darkened place, a hero emerges who brings light to every corner. In this instance, that hero is Cody Bondarchuk.
It's enough to soothe even the most savage of hangovers.
Confessing to his actions on Twitter, the Canadian wrote: "I worked at McDonald's for two and a half years and I put 11 nuggets in almost every 10-piece I made."
It's the little things.
Since the tweet was posted, it has been liked nearly 900,000 times and retweeted about 80,000 times. That's the kind of engagement such a courageous and thoughtful act deserves.
One of those who responded asked a very pertinent question - did anyone ever thank him for his McKindness?
They asked: "Did any customer notice and actually thank you for it?"
Cody answered: "The location was mostly drive-thru so not that I can remember, but I'd like to imagine they went home, saw the extra nug, and smiled a little."
Nice - he doesn't even need the thanks.
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The people have replied to Cody with their own tales of kindness, as well as with thanks for Cody's selflessness.
Well, to be fair, the nuggets didn't actually belong to him in the first instance, but that's irrelevant.
One thankful Twitter wrote: "Guarantee you made someone's day at least once a day each day you worked over those years.
Another said: "Thank you for your service, truly."
A third simply said: "TRUE COMRADE."
That he is.
Anyway, another happy side effect of this tale is that people have been serving up their own stories about random acts of workplace kindness.
From giving doughnuts away to the homeless, to sending fries out as a method of flirting, the thread has it all.
It's well worth a look.
While you're there, remember the brave hero who brought us all this by offering up an extra nugget for those in need.
Cody Bondarchuk, we salute you.
LADbible has contacted McDonald's for comment.
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