Work-weary McDonald’s worker deals with 6,400-item order

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A McDonald’s worker in Georgia was stunned upon learning she had to prepare an order of 6,400 items in four hours.

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A whopping order of 1,600 McChickens, 1,600 McDoubles and 3,400 cookies were placed at a location in Perry, Ga., — and they needed it all in four hours.

The video was posted on Tiktok by user Brittani Marie Curtis, who captioned the video, “no lie, ya girl is TIRED!”

The 22-second clip has nearly 800,000 views, and more than 128,000 likes.

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The video shows an exhausted Curtis before she does the big reveal: several cardboard boxes packed with sandwiches in the restaurant’s kitchen area.

Curtis revealed in the comments that the massive order was for a local prison, which often buys food at the fast-food outlet.

“It’s usually never such short notice, though,” she noted.

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Staffers packed up the burgers, sandwiches, and sweets, in 20s so they wouldn’t lose count.

In the comments section of a different video, Curtis divulged that the total was in the neighbourhood of $7,400.


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