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Her brother was just as shocked by the driver's actions, and decided to share the clip on Twitter.
Going by the name of CJ, he wrote: "Yo Just Eat my sister ordered McDonalds on your site yesterday from Kentish Town McDonalds.
"The driver cancelled the order, sat outside her house and ate the food?"
A spokesperson for Just Eat told LADbible: "At Just Eat we're committed to providing a positive experience for all of our customers. When we become aware of any practices that fall below the high standards we expect, we will always take steps to address this.
"As such, we were concerned to hear about this incident. We are investigating, will take action as appropriate and are also in contact with the customer."
The driver isn't the only one to go to extreme lengths for a Maccies in recent days.
A woman was fined earlier this week after breaking lockdown rules by travelling 100 miles to get a McDonald's.
North Yorkshire Police issued the fine on Saturday afternoon (9 January), after discovering the motorist had driven from Lincolnshire to meet her sister in Scarborough for a Maccies.
Chief Inspector Rachel Wood criticised the woman for her cross-country Maccies mission.
She said: "Driving through three counties to get a burger is not classed as essential travel. So the woman, who is in her 30s, received a fixed penalty notice from North Yorkshire Police.
"Most people in North Yorkshire are trying really hard to stop the spread of Covid in our communities and protect the vulnerable.
"When this pandemic is over, we know everyone's looking forward to going where they want, when they want.
"But in the meantime, I'd like to say thank you to everyone who continues to stay home, protect the NHS and save lives."
In this instance, the breach of the rules was clear-cut, but certain grey areas have caused a lot of controversy; the case of Jessica Allen and Eliza Moore is a prime example.
The 27-year-olds were stopped by officers after they drove five miles to go for a walk on Wednesday (6 January). They were fined £200, with officers adding that the Starbucks drinks they brought with them constituted a picnic - the fines were later revoked after being reviewed.
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