COLCHESTER, England - A man used Twitter to document his McDonald’s experience of buying a nothing burger on the restaurant chain’s automated menu.
Twitter user @Arikuyo took several pictures of buying a cheeseburger with:
- No Onion
- No Ketchup
- No Pickles
- No Cheese
- No Regular Bun
- No Beef Patty
McDonald’s charged the man 99 pence, which is about $1.27 in American dollars, for a receipt and paper bag.
His initial tweet has 64,000 retweets and 146,000 likes as of Wednesday morning.
I just spent 99p for nothing from McDonald's pic.twitter.com/1OHgYTEZ3Q— Ari (@Arikuyo) August 21, 2017
Why didn't you just get a hamburger?— Pawtiko (@Pawtiko) August 21, 2017
I was going to ensure the gherkin was removed and then realised I could remove every single ingredient and of course tried it— Ari (@Arikuyo) August 21, 2017
It’s the healthy option I guess 😂 https://t.co/8Tg4YaMixi— Seb Lee-Delisle (@seb_ly) August 22, 2017
*sees this and immediately starts laughing like an idiot again* pic.twitter.com/pxH7lwSmjz— Ari (@Arikuyo) August 21, 2017
I know, I was trying to figure out how Ari ended up paying for what looked like an empty bag.— Katharine (@GDgeek) August 22, 2017
I can confirm it was an empty bag— Ari (@Arikuyo) August 22, 2017
Brilliant! This is genius. It should become a mandatory "page" in the University syllabus for anyone studying software design. https://t.co/n2i4TW3BJM— Ian Stopher (@ianstopher) August 22, 2017
chaotic neutral https://t.co/jxOoruDaCk— chaotic good boy 🌹 (@oogaboogacavemn) August 22, 2017
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