Complaint: I was driving through Whidbey Island and stopped to eat lunch at a McDonalds in Oak Harbor. I ordered the 10 piece McNugget meal. After I drove away I started to eat and was counting my McNuggets as I popped them into my mouth (This is a normal habit for me) and when I got to 10 there wasn’t one there to eat. I stopped my car and searched my bag thinking it might have fallen out of the box. It wasn’t there. I then searched my car to see if it had fallen there. It wasn’t there either. I was quite upset because I was very hungry at the time and I really could have used that McNugget to satisfy myself. Instead I had to stop at the next store and by a candy bar. I am really mad. I know they don’t pay the workers at McDonalds very much but you’d think they would be able to count to 10. I am thinking that maybe it was on purpose because they are prejudice. You see I am going bald and I know that some narrow minded people don’t like bald and balding people. I did see the they looking at me funny and one workers was giggling. Either that or maybe one of the workers ate it thinking they could get away with it. Or maybe McDonalds has a policy of shorting people of their McNuggets. If they short each 10 piece box 1 nugget that would be 10%. Doesn’t that work out to 10% extra profit on each box? I am thinking of starting a class action suit against McDonalds. I can’t be the only one that has come up short on their McNugget quota. I don’t know what to do. I feel that McDonalds has abuse my trust and forced me to go hungry for no reason. I want my McNugget! Brian Everett, WashingtonU.S.A.
Tags: Fast Food Restaurants
Address: Hwy 20 Oak Harbor, Washington U.S.A.