Skateboarder Steals Order From McDonald's Drive Thru Window
In an act of pure audacity and cheek, a skateboarder stole a hungry driver's order as it was handed to them through the drive thru window at McDonald's.
The disgusting incident took place at the chain's Eltham restaurant in South London, and was believed to be filmed by one of their accomplices.
In the video, a member of the Maccies team can be seen handing the order through the drive thru window to a driver of a black car. Suddenly, a pair of pesky teenagers on skateboards intercept the order at the last minute, using their boards as getaway vehicles.
The driver definitely didn't take it lying down though. The ruckus unfolded and the driver, presumably properly hangry and understandably fuming, beeps his horn and tries to follow the lads. Thankfully, they were quicker than him and didn't get mowed down, because that would completely have changed the tone of this article.
The two skateboarders, who were clearly just getting up to some good old fashioned - yet also potentially illegal - mischief, seemed pretty impressed with their efforts and can be heard getting all over-excited and shouting.
It's believed to have been filmed last weekend and has been doing the rounds on social media since Sunday 21 July.
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This behaviour is pretty scummy - if you want a Maccies, buy your own.
And also - you really don't have any excuse if you're peckish, as the fast food restaurant is actually offering free cheeseburgers until 15 August.
They're usually 99p, so it's probably not the biggest bargain in the world, but it's a quid that's better in your pocket than theirs.
The little freebie is one of those small things that can make your mid-week afternoons feel slightly less tedious, and isn't it these little victories that get us through life?
As I said, to bag one you'll have to download the app, which is available on Android and Apple, and register your email address with them. Then you just need to get down to your nearest Maccies restaurant. One cheeseburger per customer. No purchase necessary. Simples.
The app, which enables customers to order, customise and pay for meals before arriving at the restaurant, cleverly recognises when you're within 100m of the restaurant and sends your order to the kitchen - meaning you can beat the queues, grab and go.
See - there's truly no reason to steal when you can get it for free. Bloody youths.
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