Most individuals know that you would be able to‘t order from McDonald’s common menu throughout breakfast hours: You possibly can solely order breakfast. However hey, most individuals additionally know that it is each immoral and unlawful to rob a McDonald’s at gunpoint. A British thief was reportedly unaware of both of these items, demanding Rooster McNuggets throughout a morning holdup—however being compelled to flee with a McMuffin as a substitute.
In keeping with the Bristol Put up, again in February, 22-year-old Rudi Batten entered a McDonald’s in Yate—a city in South Gloucestershire, England about 10 miles northeast of Bristol—at about 7 a.m. He reportedly took cash from a until, brandished an imitation pistol to demand the supervisor take him to the secure, after which—for his ultimate request—requested for Rooster McNuggets. It was then that Batten was knowledgeable that solely breakfast was being served on the time, so alongside together with his money, Batten was compelled to go away together with his second selection… a double sausage McMuffin.
Some might assume Batten merely had an intense yearning for hen, however throughout the court docket case, the true cause for his crime spree got here to gentle. The Scottish Solar stories that he wanted the cash to pay again a debt. “He’s completely ashamed and embarrassed,” the protection was quoted as saying. “He’s horrified he behaved on this approach. He’s deeply deeply sorry he dedicated these offences.” Hopefully, Batten has realized a lesson. Effectively, two classes—although the entire “McDonald’s does not serve McNuggets at breakfast” lesson is way much less necessary.