By Matthew Brooks
Australia has a fast food place called Hungry Jack’s. Without knowing anything more about, it sounds like a place with big, greasy portions where bacon comes on everything.
A hungry Aussie at Hungry Jack’s got angry on Tuesday when he didn’t get what he wanted.
The occupants of the car behind him recorded the emotional exchange on a smartphone.
If the car behind had a reason start recording at a drive-thru then there’s a good chance the angry man was lashing out quite a bit already.
The video was edited to remove most profanity, except for a few uses of the word ‘bloody.’
In case you can’t turn up the volume while you watch the video, here’s the play-by-play:
The angry man refuses to vacate the drive-thru line
He then threatens to turn off his engine to help expedite his wishes.
The man pounds on the drive-thru window a couple times.
The man honks the horn repeatedly.
He calls out for the restaurant staff to come back to the window to address his concerns.
The restaurant forgot to put cheese on his order.
He demands that the order is fixed quickly because he insists he is in a hurry.
We’ve all been there. Hungry, tired, and in a rush. For some of us, his rant was merely an outward expression of an internal struggle between patience and hunger.
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