A McDonald's store with exhausted employees have begged their customers to be patient with a "savage" note.
Brittany Logan, from US, was about to order at the drive-thru lane when she saw the note sticking next to the telecom.
In her video viewed more than 1.2 million times, she zooms into the post, which read: "We are short staffed. Please be patient with the staff that did show up.
"No one wants to work anymore."
Brittany wrote in the post: "Y'all, our McDonald's is savage AF."
The message appears to be referencing issues that other restaurants have been experiencing during the pandemic, with staff being forced to self isolate.
Some viewers said they have seen similar situations happening in their workplace.
One wrote: "It's true though, we have lost 20 people at work and still can't find anyone to come work."
Another added: "It's not a lie, I worked a 16-hour shift because people didn't show up. I thankfully got the weekend off for staying on 9 hours extra."
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This week, McDonald's in the UK offered a 20% off discount on its entire menu as a limited time promotion to welcome customers back to their restaurants.
It includes all items like Big Macs, Chicken McNuggets, milkshakes and so much more.
But the offer can only be used through the My McDonald's app.
In other news, a McDonald’s customer was gobsmacked after finding a “warning note” in her takeaway bag.
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