McDonald’s France was compelled to apologize on Wednesday taking after the development of an inside note purportedly requesting staff not to give out sustenance to “tramps” at an eatery on the wash Cote d’Azur.
The note was uncovered on Twitter by purchaser aggregate “60 Million Consumers”.
“Following an incident on July 25, it is formally forbidden to give food to tramps,” says the note, which is signed by “the management”.
“As a reminder, staff meals must be eaten on the premises. Staff meals are a personal benefit and should only benefit the staff member in question,” the note continued.
“McDonald’s is not here to feed all the hungry people in the country!” concluded the note.
The affiliation refered to on its site a McDonald’s worker who said he had given some of his nourishment to vagrants outside the eatery last month.|
“The grin of the individuals to whom I gave my supper was invaluable,” the purchaser gathering cited the staff part as saying.
The fast-food chain reacted in an announcement: “After a genuine occurrence with vagrants on the night of July 25 before the McDonald’s in Hyeres, the eatery conveyed a note to keep these episodes and to guarantee its customers’ wellbeing.”