Police officers are fast becoming public enemy No.1 at Mcdonald’s fast food outlets in coastal towns in the south east.
Brighton Mcdonald’s restaurant manager ‘Andrew Pickering’ said , “ they are a nuisance around here, we can tolerate the youngsters that turn up at all hours playing their trance music out of their dilapidated vehicles, but the police are a different story all together.”
“We used to have a seagull problem but not anymore, we are plagued with police officers all day long, on foot, on motorcycles, in suburu impressars predatory passing the windows intimidating the customers, you’ll regulary see two or three of them out in the carpark squabbling over a dropped Big Mac, last night I had to shoo a few away from the backdoor bins they had it all out all over the place, they gang up and dive bomb unsuspecting customers and snatch food and when anyone tries to resist they squawk “section 22, consumsers act” and leap back into or onto their vehicles.
“Weve now had to put a warning up to let customers know that they shouldn’t feed them or encourage them by dropping their unwanted gerkins in the carpark and that they either eat in the restaurant or should they choose to leave the premises with food we cannot be held liable for any food loss, customers are advised to make a run for it should they see them coming, if they are caught we recommend they surrender the food.”
“Weve tried playing high pitch noises but it doesn’t stop them but we have managed to stop them crapping on the roof by fixing pidgeon spikes up there.”