7 of the worst things McDonald’s employees have seen on the job


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McDonald’s restaurant crew members have seen it all.
Business Insider spoke with a number of current and former McDonald’s employees about the worst things they’ve seen on the job.
They shared their horror stories with us, from early morning soda runs to oatmeal-throwing drive-thru customers.

McDonald’s crew members have a few horror stories to share.

Sometimes, customers can be pretty mean. Other times, things just get weird.

Take, for instance, the time performance artists stormed a Moscow McDonald’s in 2007 and threw a cat across the counter. “The idea, they said, was to help snap the workers out of the dull routine of menial labor,” Reuters reported.

Business Insider spoke with several current and former crew members and heard some of their worst, grossest, and strangest stories about working at the fast food giant.

Here’s what they had to say:

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Emergency Walmart runs

McDonald’s and Coca-Cola are quite a pair.

McDonald’s is actually the soda brand’s biggest restaurant customer, according to The New York Times, and customers expect to be able to order a soda drink with their McDonald’s meal.

So issues with a McDonald’s soda machine are a big deal.

One McDonald’s crew member of two years told Business Insider how their restaurant dealt with a broken soda dispenser.

“I had to drive to Walmart at 4:00 a.m. to buy 30 two-liter bottles of soda until we could fix the issue,” the crew member said.

Barking, disruptive dogs

One McDonald’s crew member of seven years complained about encountering customers who bring in “annoying” dogs that “bark in my ear when I’m trying to take your order.”

Customers keeping money in their bras

A crew member from Pennsylvania told Business Insider that they hated to see “people that take money out their bras.”

They added that they didn’t want to have to touch “bra money.”

“I don’t want to touch what was just touching your flesh,” the crew member said.

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