Customers at a drive-thru McDonald’s dining establishment were amazed when a guy attempted to make an order on horseback.
The scene was snapped on Thursday at about 13:00 by marketing expert Jason Barrett, who was queuing for his lunch near Beccles, Suffolk.
Mr Barrett stated he heard the horse “trotting up” to the kiosk prior to a member of personnel came out to inform him he can not make his order there.
McDonald’s stated its drive-thru lanes were “not appropriate for horses”.
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Mr Barrett stated: “I needed to do a double take. You do not see that every day.”
He stated the rider connected his horse up and emerged from the dining establishment with a coffee.
“He simply trotted off throughout the yard with his latte,” he stated.
A McDonald’s spokesperson stated: “Our drive-thru lanes are particularly created for roadworthy automobile just and are for that reason not appropriate for horses.”
She stated the client was welcomed inside the dining establishment, where “they were more than pleased to be served”.