Furious McDonald's customer BLOCKS drive-thru after refusing to park and wait for his sausage and egg McMuffins
A FURIOUS McDonald's customer is blockading a drive-thru after refusing to park and wait for his double sausage and egg McMuffins.
Stuart Yates, 55, drove to his local McDonald's in Leyland, Lancashire, about 9:30am this morning and ordered two breakfast meals.
While the fast food workers made the items, he was asked to park in the bay and wait – but Stuart refused, Lancashire Post reports.
He said: “A week ago I got made to wait in the car park for over 20 minutes.
"A lad spotted me and said ‘oh, it’s him again’, because last time I complained.
"They said go and wait in the car park… I said ‘I’m not going anywhere until I get my food’.”
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Stuart won't budge and since then the drive-thru has been closed to other customers.
Police have been called to the premises.
A staff member said: “The other cars have managed to reverse out, but now he won't move. We asked him to park up and he wouldn’t, so now he’s just sat there.
“He only wanted a small order. It would have only taken a minute.
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"Now he’s refusing to move, he wouldn’t park, he wouldn’t accept the food, he wouldn’t accept a refund."
Stuart is sticking to his pledge and says he's willing to stay there "for a week" to prove his point.
He said an employee came out and threw his money and change onto his car roof and warned him to leave or she'd call the police.
Stuart, who paid by card, asked for his money to be loaded back on that and they declined.
He said: “I said I’m going nowhere until I’ve had my money put back on my card. It’s not a big ask, surely.”
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As at 3pm, the drive-thru remains closed.
The Sun has approached McDonald's for comment.
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