A CUSTOMER ordered the most ridiculous food item called a “McNothing” burger from McDonald’s and was shocked at what was delivered.
Twitter user @RobDenBleyker revealed his order on social media, leaving chefs in complete confusion and costing him around £10.
Screenshots show the man ordered the beloved cheeseburger but asked that it not include any of the items used to make it.
No mustard, no ketchup, no diced onions, no pickles, no American cheese, no meat, no regular bun and no salt.
The man’s original tweet read: “Okay, let’s try again and order a nothing burger from McDonalds.
“This time nothing else in the order, they will cancel it, deliver an empty bag… I’m doing this so you don’t have to.”
The post has garnered a huge following with more than 23,000 retweets and around 210,000 likes.
The thread continued, “That’s not even the dumbest thing I’ve spent $9 on.”
A photo then showed a message from the delivery service that said: “The restaurant is confused as to what you would like on your order.”
The man said he didn’t answer and the order was delivered.
He filmed himself unwrapping the Maccas takeout bag and was amazed at what was inside.
He said, “You delivered an empty box.”
The total order for an empty bag with packaging and receipt inside, delivery charges and tip cost him around £12.
He said: “Capitalism is so wild.
“I saw three people complaining that I ordered a nothing burger.
“I also literally saved a cow’s life by ordering a McNothing instead of a burger.”
Other Twitter users found order hilarious.
“Great, next time just keep the salt,” said one user.
“I appreciated that,” said one.
“This could be my tweet of the year,” said another.
Customers requesting Barmy orders from the fast food chain are trending on social media.
One person showed how to hack the system and get an ice cream filled apple pie.
Another customer requested that an entire cone of waffles be dipped in an iced coffee.
https://www.the-sun.com/news/6970475/most-ridiculous-mcdonalds-burger-mcnothing/ I ordered the most ridiculous McDonald’s burger ever, ‘The McNothing’ – it cost me £10 and couldn’t believe what arrived