EVEN if it wasn’t our all-time favourite takeaway, one of the best things about McDonald’s is just how quick and easy it is.
But while we thought our super-sized orders were pushing staff to the limit, spare a thought for employee Brittani Curtis.
Brittani Curtis received a HUGE order for 3,200 burgers while working at McDonald’s[/caption]
The restaurant continued taking orders while they were preparing the food[/caption]
The huge order filled 13 boxes[/caption]
Earlier this week, the McDonald’s worker was tasked with making a whopping 3,200 burgers after a nearby prison placed a gigantic order.
In a viral TikTok video, Brittani wrote: “When a customer calls and says they need 1,600 McChicken, 1,600 McDoubles, and 3,200 cookies in 4 hours.”
Needless to say, it probably wasn’t quite enough time to comfortably make all the 6,400 items but Brittani and her team managed to pull it off.
Sharing a behind-the-scenes clip with her followers, Brittani filmed herself rifling through a couple of the boxes which were brimming with burgers.
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In total, the prison spent $7,600 [£5,000] on the mammoth order – which filled 13 huge boxes.
After returning home from her shift, Brittani admitted: “No lie, ya girl is TIRED!”
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Impressively, the restaurant continued serving customers as they worked on the huge order.
She added: “We went on like business as usual.
“We had someone on the table making sandwiches and then jumping back to help make the large order.”
The clip has now racked up over 430,000 views since it was posted two days ago which left viewers stunned.
In response to one person who questioned if the customer would even pick them up, Brittani clarified: “I always make sure to take payment before I ever many any food.”
Brittani says the prison normally gives them more notice but the team still pulled it off[/caption]
Along with the burgers, they also ordered 3,200 cookies[/caption]
What’s more, the employee says the prison wardens are regular customers but admitted that they normally give more notice.
Expressing their sympathy, one former employee wrote: “And I thought 1,200 kids meal for a kids party was bad. Most stressful day of my life back then!”
Meanwhile, another joked that they’d quit on the spot if they’d had to fulfil an order this size.
A third joked: “I don’t think this is legal.”
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