”He then eventually puts his coat on and leaves, still shouting at his co-workers.
Once they arrive at a Mc Donald’s restaurant and the boy orders Filet-o-Fish burger, his mother says: “That was your dad’s favourite too.” t: “We can confirm today that we have taken the decision to withdraw our ‘Dad’ TV advert.
The advert will be removed from all media, including TV and cinema, completely and permanently this week. We are particularly sorry that the advert may have disappointed those people who are most important to us – our customers.
"Then there is a weird series of beeps and when his voice comes back in he is f--king SCREAMING into his headset: ' I FOUND HER! "I pull around and they are f--king making out in the window and he has his thumb out like he is aware I will be driving up to this," he tweeted. They unstick themselves from one another and I hand him my card.
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Employees reportedly said the man became verbally aggressive, and told them to meet him out back.
Police quickly arrived on scene arrested Vasquez and took his handgun.A Valley man arrested after he, reportedly upset about some French Fries, allegedly pulled a gun on a couple of Mc Donalds employees.According to police, 30-year-old Michael Vasquez had a .40 caliber handgun tucked into his waistband and showed it to both employees after becoming upset with his Mc Donald's order.Vasquez is charged with Aggravated Assault and Disorderly Conduct.Read more: Video: parrot won't stop reenacting owners' divorce Video: Two-year-old recites alphabet to heavy metal song Watch 84-year-old bowling grandma score a strike on first attempt Video: Semi-naked man fails miserably to start disco in Morrisons As the man shows no sign of calming, another worker repeatedly asks him to leave and warns that he’ll call the police. Josh Raby, the creator of a web series called Local Air, wanted a late-night milkshake from Mc Donald's this weekend — but he got much more than that at the drive-thru window.