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A takeaway customer was stunned to find an unexpected surprise in the bag with her food order, having found a business card from her delivery driver offering advice on how to 'lose weight'. She tells all in the clip below:
In the clip, she shows us a carton of McDonald's fries before panning round to a card on the table.
"My DoorDash person put this in my McDonald's bag," Suzie explains in the video.
While part of the card has been obscured by a chip - so as not to share the driver's name and number - we can see it's advertising a nutrition business.
It says: "Discover Good Nutrition. Join the club!"
Below the driver's covered name, the card reads: "Feel free to contact me to start your transformation today."
Suzie then shows the back of the card, which adds: "Lose weight, ask me how!"
In the corner, there is also the logo of Herbalife, a global nutrition and weight management company.
Her video has now been viewed and liked thousands of times on TikTok, with some people commenting to say they found it 'funny', while others said it was 'messed up'.
"This is insane!" one person said.
"That's mad rude," another wrote.
A third person commented: "Lemme enjoy my fries man why ya gotta rub it in ruuuddeeeee."
Clearly triggered, a fourth shared a similar story, saying: "Reminds me of the time I was at the grocery store and this lady handed me a card for her weight loss drink thing and indirectly called me overweight...
"Before I even knew what was going on, she just shoved it in my hands and walked off. Tore it in half and threw it on the ground after."
Others suggested what happened was against DoorDash's terms of service, especially as it will have involved opening up the bag, but Suzie replied: "I just found this out... Never knew the rules drivers had. Thought it was kind of funny."
Suzie also explained in other comments that the bag had been sealed when it arrived, meaning the driver may have just slipped it through the top.
She also added that there was 'no hate', as she was actually 'laughing for a while'.
"I kind of wanted to give him a high five," she told one person in a reply.
LADbible has contacted DoorDash and Herbalife for comment.