Ordinary photo of a McDonald’s in Australia leaves diners outraged: ‘Disgusting’
- Dog owners let their pet sit on a McDonald’s table
- The Melbourne pair were pictured waiting for their food
- Outraged diners slammed the act as ‘disgusting’
A pair of McDonald’s customers sparked outrage after letting their dog sit on an indoor table.
The fast-food patrons were pictured at the McDonald’s on St Kilda Road in Melbourne waiting for their food.
While waiting, the pair placed their long-haired pet chihuahua on the top of one of the restaurant’s indoor tables.
An outraged diner shared a picture of the small black and white dog sitting on the table on social media.
‘Who doesn’t love some dirty dog anus on their Maccas table,’ the diner sarcastically captioned the photo.
The long-haired chihuahua sat on an indoor table at the McDonald’s on St Kilda Road in Melbourne, while its owners waited for their food (pictured)
The picture has received more than 260 comments, with many labelling the act ‘disgusting’.
‘That’s gross. I love my dogs, but their ass ain’t coming inside, let alone sitting on a table,’ one person wrote.
‘It’s not fine dining [but] doesn’t mean your disgusting dog can sit on the table,’ another person commented.
A third chimed: ‘Yuck. Cute little dog though.’
‘A dog’s ass doesn’t belong on a table, even if that table was already dirty by your standards. Honestly, it’s really f****d that most people here think it’s ok to let an animal sit on a table where people eat,’ a fourth person wrote.
However, others defended the dog owners.
Some people defended the pet owners, claiming there are things at McDonald’s restaurants that are far more dirty than a dog (Pictured, McDonald’s on St Kilda Road, Melbourne)
‘Unless you’re planning on licking the table, I’m not sure why this would bother you,’ one person wrote.
‘You’re at Maccas. That dog’s anus is probably the cleanest thing there,’ another person joked.
‘If you’re eating at McDonald’s, your standards are already low,’ a third declared.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted McDonald’s Australia for comment.