This Yorkshire man reacted very badly to McDonald's getting his order wrong
Most fast food restaurants cater to all tastes, within reason, but there's no harm in having your own custom order.
Just like some of us play FIFA 16 using the Pro Evo controls, there's no harm in ordering a Whopper with no pickles, a Churrasco Thigh Burger without salad, or an onionless Big Mac.
Sometimes the restaurant will get your special preference wrong. Normally it's just an innocent mistake, so reacting like Stewart Pember did is not to be recommended.
Pember is one of those no onion Big Mac types, and when a Huddersfield branch of McDonald's got his order wrong, his reaction was so extreme it landed him with a court date and a very expensive burger.
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According to the Daily Mirror, Pember was ordered to pay £50 each to two McDonald's workers after admitting to using threatening behaviour in response to the onion debacle, as well as £100 court costs and a £15 victim surcharge.
This follows allegations that the 30-year-old called the workers "stupid b*stards" and "got out of his vehicle, stepped up to the serving window and carried on swearing and shouting."
Following the ruling, Pember reportedly stormed out of court, saying “I’m refusing to accept that punishment...I’ll rob it and pay for it that way.”