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Woman Attempting To Make 'Rude' Customer Leave McDonald's Drive-Thru Has People In Stitches

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Woman Attempting To Make 'Rude' Customer Leave McDonald's Drive-Thru Has People In Stitches

This is the moment a disgruntled McDonald's customer showed their solidarity with employees when they started playing a very telling song in a bid to hurry along the person at the front of the queue:

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According to the person who took the video, the red car at the front of the line had caused a long queue to build up and was 'acting like an a**hole for 15 minutes'.

Because no one likes an a**hole, the frustrated woman behind decided to take matters into her own hands and play a song to show them exactly how they were feeling.

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The customer played what would be considered one of the best songs in this situation - 'Move B****' by Ludacris.

Credit: TikTok/chasityrodriguez93
Credit: TikTok/chasityrodriguez93

Posting the short clip on to the video-sharing platform, a woman called Chasity () wrote: "Guy in red truck was being an a**hole for 15 mins no lie so the lady in front of me played this song."

She added: "Red truck being a Karen, woman in front of us wasn't having it! I love it here."

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Chastity went on to explain: "The guy in a red truck was being such a jerk because the employee charged him for 20 nuggets instead of him ordering two 10-piece nuggets.

"He told the manager he wouldn't get out of line until they fixed it or gave him something for free. So we were sitting for a while just waiting."

Credit: TikTok/chasityrodriguez93
Credit: TikTok/chasityrodriguez93

TikTok users were quick to respond to Chasity, with one saying: "She's my kind of people," while another added: "The kind of passive aggressive I stand by."

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A third wrote: "Doing God's work. Carry on."

Defending the person at the front, someone said: "Not his fault the workers are slow," to which Chasity clapped back: "Actually it had nothing to do with the workers and more to do with him being a dumba**!

"Thanks for the impute [sic] though."

Responding to the original poster, another person said: "I appreciate you not calling workers out. Customers aren't always right."

Featured Image Credit: TikTok/chasityrodriguez93

Topics: Viral, Community, McDonald's

Rebecca Shepherd
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