Anonymous McDonald's worker claims to lift the lid on fast food chain

McDonald’s employee reveals how he serves customers ‘half eaten’ burgers, ‘fake’ eggs and food deliberately ‘ruined’ with too much tartar sauce in viral TikTok video

  • Anonymous American McDonald’s worker attracted millions of views on TikTok
  • Shocking videos show the social media user deliberately ruining food for diners
  • Others appear to show half-eaten burgers being served after staff ‘got hungry’ 
  • Many social media users have been shocked by the clips, branding them ‘gross’ 

A McDonald’s worker has been branded the ‘worst employee ever’ after claiming he has lift the lid on the fast food chain – appearing to make ‘half eaten’ burgers and deliberately ‘ruining’ food with too much sauce or pickles.

The TikTok user, who is believed to be from the US and is known only as @mikky.d0, has racked up more than 3million views since February by filming himself and colleagues at work in one of the food giant’s stores at an unknown location.

In one video viewed more than 1.8million times, the male worker, shows a Bacon McDouble with the bottom beef patty missing a chunk, with the caption ‘we got a little hungry’.

Meanwhile other clips show staff members piling huge handfuls of dozens of pickles on a burger that asked for extra pickles and drowning other food in ‘extra’ sauce.

A TikTok user, who is believed to be male and from the US, has been going viral online after appearing to share the secrets from inside McDonald’s kitchens


Clips show staff members piling huge handfuls of dozens of pickles on a burger that asked for extra pickles and drowning other food in ‘extra’ sauce (right), while he also showed off the company’s ‘fake’ eggs (left) 

In one shocking clip, which quickly went viral, the worker, showed off the meat with a significant chunk missing before covering it with a slice of cheese and the remaining ingredients, wrapping it up and sliding it towards the serving counter. 

Enraged viewers interpreted this to imply the burger had been half eaten and were quick to blast the account saying ‘you need to be jailed if that’s real’ and ‘not in a pandemic WHAT’. 

While some were quick to claim the burger with a ‘bite’ missing was a joke and hoped those involved were ‘not gonna actually give it to somebody[sic]’, others slammed it as ‘not even funny’ and questioned why the staff had not been ‘sacked’. 

One person wrote: ‘People getting real bold forgetting the girl that licked ice cream in Tesco got 4 years in jail.’


In one shocking clip, which quickly went viral, the worker, appeared to imply staff had eaten part of a burger before wrapping it up and sliding it towards the serving counter

In another video, the worker placed a tiny piece of beef into the centre of a burger to apparently trick a customer 

One person wrote: ‘In a pandemic, you are getting fired 100 per cent.’

A third said: ‘This man is the worst employee I’ve ever seen.’

When one person questioned what the charges would be in court for such a stunt, the worker claimed it would be nothing as the staff member filmed ‘didn’t send it’ out to the customers, and implied the video was a joke.  

In another clip where a customer had requested extra tartare sauce on their Filet-o-Fish, footage showed staff overloading both buns with copious amounts of the condiment.

In another clip where a customer had requested extra tartare sauce on their Filet-o-Fish, footage showed staff overloading both buns with copious amounts of the condiment

The worker appeared to squeeze excessive amounts of the sauce onto each of the fish finger burgers 

Followers slammed it as ‘disgusting’ after the employee squirted five hefty portions of the sauce on one meal before adding seven to the second dish.

One commenter said: ‘Why do yall gotta make others ppl day s***ty.’

Another wrote: ‘That’s just madd disrespectful and would be p***ed if someone did that too u[sic].’

However a different clip showed him responding to a question from a viewer asking ‘are the ice cream machines actually broken’ by showing the machine working and stating: ‘It works, we just don’t like making them.’


Another customer who requested extra pickle (left) appeared to have mountains of the food dumped onto his burger (right)

One video left viewers horrified as the worker went into what appeared to be a McDonald’s fridge where he showed off flat sheets of ‘folded eggs’ in plastic wrapping waiting to be warmed up – leaving commentators branding it ‘nasty’.

The clip, which has the caption ‘yall eggs be fake’, shows the employee enter the store’s walk-in fridge and show off a vacuum-packed bag of folded eggs, pre-mixed and waiting just to be heated up.

One commenter wrote: ‘I knew it McDonalds is trash and yall still like it[sic].’

Another person said: ‘That’s nasty af damn.’

One video left viewers horrified as the worker went into what appeared to be a McDonald’s fridge where he showed off flat sheets of ‘folded eggs’ in plastic wrapping waiting to be warmed up

One person commented: ‘That why it taste like sponge[sic].’ 

A UK spokesperson for McDonald’s said: ‘To be clear, this video is not from the UK & Ireland market but rather seems to be from the US.’

McDonald’s US confirmed they were ‘actively investigating’ as the food prep in the burger video did not meet the ‘robust food quality and safety standards’ they have in place.

Many TikTok users were revolted by the video clips, with many calling the revelations ‘nasty’ and questioning if the videos could be a joke 

The company said that all the eggs they serve in their restaurants ‘start with real egg’ but admitted their omelette-style eggs are made in their suppliers’ kitchens before arriving at their restaurants in frozen form for a ‘consistent shape’.

Commenting on the ice cream machine clip, McDonald’s explained that the machines undergo regular cleaning, which ‘may result in customers experiencing a longer wait time or soft serve machines that were unavailable’.

The company said they are consistently working with franchisees to improve and enhance the restaurant experience so customers ‘can purchase the sweet treats they enjoy from their dessert menu where and when they want it’.

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