McDonald’s Service Complaints End In Two OWI Arrests In One Day

We’re not sure if a Wisconsin McDonald’s restaurant truly has terrible service standards or if it’s just a hotbed for drunk men.

According to the Janesville Gazette, two customers were arrested for operating while intoxicated in two separate incidents in the same day at the fast food joint.

The first incident occurred at around 7:25 a.m. on Sunday when a 35-year-old man returned to the restaurant because he was upset.

Local police officials say the man was complaining because his big breakfast was missing its pancakes.

Employees called the police, who then determined the man was intoxicated and noted he had a passenger with open intoxicants. The man was arrested on a charge of intoxicated driving.

The second incident occurred nearly 17 hours later, just after midnight, when a 25-year-old man allegedly told employees he was glad they called police so he cold complain about their service.

When police arrived, the man was still in his car in the drive-thru. Police officials say he told them that employees would not serve him. He was then arrested for an OWI charge.

Wisconsin men return to McDonalds to complain, arrested for OWI [The Janesville Gazette]

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