Woman storms into McDonald’s and stuffs burgers down her bra
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Incredible footage has emerged of a woman storming into a McDonald's and stuffing burgers down her bra. Watch the carnage unfold:
Staff at the restaurant in Lewisham, London, were gobsmacked when the unnamed customer, clearly a little worse for wear, came in and began getting a bit boisterous earlier this month.
In the clip, which has been shared on social media, she can be seen standing behind the counter while a Maccies employee tries to get her to leave, holding a door open.
Despite his pleas, the woman ignores him and goes into the kitchen, grabbing a couple of burgers and shoving them in her bra.
But it's not over yet.
After another member of staff tries to get her to leave, she pushes him before maneuvering around him and grabbing even more food, again placing it in her dress.
Confused, the woman is heard saying: "What the f**k. I just want a f*****g cheeseburger."
An onlooker standing on the other side of the counter then asks: "But why you got two cheeseburgers on your breasts though?"
To which the woman replies: "What the f**k is she doing?"
Eventually, a female employee comes in and manages to guide the woman away, leading her out of the door.
Since it was posted to TikTok, the video has been viewed over 48,000, with hundreds piling into the comments to share their utter disbelief.
One user said: "How sad," while another chipped in: "Classy."
"Where did she put the fries?" asked a third.
Another then added: "Get your Mac’s out for the lads."
This comes as police launched an investigation after a group of youths stormed a McDonald’s restaurant recently, saying their behaviour was ‘completely unacceptable.
A group of up to 50 teens thought to be aged between 14 and 16 piled into the restaurant at around 9pm on Sunday 21 August.
Around seven allegedly jumped over the counter and started stealing food as it was being prepared in the kitchen.
In footage posted online, people can be seen helping themselves to soft drinks as others filmed on their phones.