‘Um, Our Manager Is On Drugs’: Mcdonald’s Employee Tells Customers

Posted by in Social Issues On 7th October 2021
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A customer was surprised to hear that their order could not be made because the manager of the McDonald’s franchise was on drugs. The employee who notified them of the matter said they didn’t have the means to make anything at the time.

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Customers often head to McDonald’s knowing that perhaps the ice cream machine would be broken or at the most would be out of fries. One customer however arrived to find that the employees at this particular McDonald’s couldn’t make much of anything.

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This was because the manager was high on drugs and the employee wasn’t afraid to share that information with the patrons.

The video, taken at a drive-thru shows the employee speaking through the system saying, “Um, our manager is on drugs…And I’m new and my other employee is new.”

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They further add, “We have no sort of way to make anything at this time. But our GM [general manager] is on her way.”

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Being the generous employee that they are however, they offer to take the order if the customer was willing to wait for the situation to be sorted.

“If you want to park and wait, it’s gonna be about 30 minutes,”

One commenter wondered why she shared their personal business in the first place. 

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Others, however came to her defense saying she was probably scared and new.

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Being left on their own is not a new thing for McDonald's employee

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and judging by the comments it seems having incapacitated managers isn't new to them either. 

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Commenters loved the girl's honesty and the fact that she held her station at a time like this. 

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