I ordered the most ridiculous McDonald’s burger ever ‘The McNothing’ – it cost me £10 & couldn’t believe what arrived
A CUSTOMER has ordered the most ridiculous meal from McDonald’s called a “McNothing” burger and was shocked at what was delivered.
Twitter user @RobDenBleyker revealed his order on social media, which sent the chefs into total confusion and costed him about £10.
Screenshots show the man ordered the beloved cheeseburger but requested for it not to contain any of the items that are used to make it.
No mustard, no ketchup, no diced onions, no pickles, no American cheese, no meat, no regular bun and no salt.
The man’s original tweet read: “OK let’s try this again, ordering a nothing burger from McDonalds.
“This time nothing else in the order, will they cancel it, deliver an empty bag… I am doing this so you don’t have to.”
The post picked up huge traction having more than 23,000 retweets and about 210,000 likes.
The thread continued: “This isn’t even the dumbest thing I’ve spent $9 on.”
A photo then showed a message from the delivery service that said: “Restaurant is confused as to what you want on your order.”
The man said he did not reply, and the order was delivered.
He filmed himself unboxing the Maccas takeaway bag and was astonished what was inside.
He said: “They delivered an empty wrapper.”
The total order for an empty bag with a wrapper and receipt inside, delivery fees and a tip costed him roughly £12.
He said: “Capitalism is so wild.
“I’ve seen three people complain about me ordering a nothing burger so let me clarify – my local McDonalds pays its staff about £12 an hour so I am being a job creator.
“I also literally saved a cow’s life by ordering a McNothing instead of a burger.”
Other Twitter users found order hilarious.
“Amazing, next time just keep the salt,” a user said.
“I appreciated this,” one said.
“This might be the tweet of the year for me,” another said.
Customers requesting barmy orders from the fast food chain has trended on social media.
One person showed how to hack the system and get an ice cream-filled apple pie.
Another customer requested an entire soft serve cone to be submerged in an iced-coffee.
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