My name is Stefan, sweet thang
- Mar 8, 2004
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Leon reportedly ate the offending burger anyway but still showed up at the McDonald's demanding a refund and fresh burger.
"Since he ate the quarter pounder, McDonald's would not refund his money, sending Mr. Leon into a McFury," Sgt. Claudio Grandjean, Gresham Police spokesman, told the paper.
To call up a fast food place to complain about onions after you are already home is ridiculous, it's garbage food to begin with. Just scrape the onions off it takes a whole 3 seconds to do.
I've had this happen to me. Except I didn't screw up. The customer did. The worst part is that he took it out on the manager on duty (who bent over BACKWARDS to help him), which made me feel terrible, since that manager was one of the nicest people you could ever meet.For some people it's the principle. The fact that they screwed up, period is what sets them off.
Good thing he wasn't in Texas, the police would have shot him twenty times.
I mean, they shoot wheel-chair bound amputees waving pens down there.
Actually that is some ******** there, he should still be able to eat the burger and still get the refund/free burger. That's just how it's done, people. You don't have to turn in the offending burger to get some free ****. Their mind set is all wrong there at that Mickey D's.
Well, if he was so offended, why did he ate the burger anyway? Besides, that policy is meant to protect McD in some way, so people can't just get a free burger after every complain. At least if he turned the burger over, they'd know that he won't have gotten a freebie out of it; he paid for one burger, and he'll only get to eat one burger. That's how it should be.