While McDonald’s may have served billions and billions of people since the first time they opened in 1955, one man was reportedly denied service after he brought a dead raccoon into the restaurant.
Customers at a San Francisco McDonald’s were not loving it when a man who was reportedly homeless entered the fast-food chain with a dead raccoon in tow.
KRON4 reports that the incident, which occurred near Potrero Avenue and 16th Street on Sunday, was first uploaded to social media by Chris Brooks. Be forewarned — the video is graphic in nature since it depicts a decidedly dead raccoon on top of a McDonald’s table.
The video, which is nearly seven minutes long, shows the man sitting at a table with his dead furry friend in front of him as managers yell at him to leave the restaurant. At one point, the man leaves the table and is later confronted by another man from across the room. Finally, an unidentified man picks up the raccoon with his bare hands and tosses it into a trash bin outside.
“I don’t want nothing out of there! Y’all need to call the Health Department!” Brooks can be heard saying in the video. “I will never come to this McDonald’s on 16th and Potrero again!”
A McDonald’s spokesperson told KRON4 that the health and safety of their patrons is their top concern, adding that workers at the restaurant contacted police and immediately shut the restaurant down. The McDonald’s was completely sanitized before it reopened.
Three days after man brought a *dead raccoon* into the @McDonalds in #PotreroHill, business is back as usual. The @SF_DPH gave the all clear today after inspectors came, and said company followed procedure by closing down & sanitizing everything. Would you go back? @nbcbayarea 5p pic.twitter.com/ErEd8rNpkq
— Sam Brock (@SamNBCBayArea) January 9, 2019
“No worse than the regular menu… the McRacoon or the McVermin… yum,” one person tweeted.
Another shared his vote of confidence, “A restaurant will never be cleaner [than] it is the day after reopening and with so many Health Inspectors watching them.”
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