Hungry Jack's staff give customer strange note in takeaway order: 'Not a good look'

The fast-food chain apologised for their worker's alleged actions.

A Hungry Jack's customer was shocked to discover a bizarre note inside her takeaway order which was allegedly left by a fast-food worker at the Claremont store in Perth.

Twitter user Fran Lawrence claimed the staff criticised her large order in two handwritten notes she said were left with her meal.

Sharing an image of the apparent notes online, Lawrence claimed "it's not a good look", tagging Hungry Jack's in her Tweet. "Appears your staff in Claremont don’t like getting big takeaway orders," she wrote.

Note left on takeaway order by Hungry Jack's worker at Claremont Perth store.
Two handwritten notes supposedly left on a Hungry Jack's customer's order. Source: Twitter/Fran Lawrence

Scribbled in blue ink on a greasy piece of paper, the first note said; "this massive order was really inconvenient". "Go somewhere else next time xxo... love you so much".

Further commenting on the size of the order, the second note said; "Why such a big order? Packed with love of course xx — HJ’s @ Claremont."

Her post didn't go unnoticed by Hungry Jack's whose official Twitter account replied and apologised for the worker's alleged actions.

"Hey Fran, we’re so sorry that you received this from our Claremont store," the company said, urging her to contact them "ASAP" so they can resolve the situation.

Hungry Jack's store.
Hungry Jack's is investigating the claim. Source: AAP

Social media reacts to Hungry Jack's worker's note

The Twitter post was met with frustration by other users who shared their thoughts on the matter.

"I hope they get fired. I can say because I work in hospitality, workers should just deal with order and get over themselves," one said.

Another said the notes were written in a "passive-aggressive manner" and even warned against eating the meal. "I would be concerned eating anything," they commented. "'Packed with love of course' code for 'threw it on the floor before bagging up'."

However defending the alleged move, one person argued it was just "innocent teen fun" and said it's "refreshing to see kids have a real laugh instead of being glued to the keyboard".

"Endearing and adorable, reminds me of the mischievous fun we used to get up to before phones and the internet took over," they said. "Have a laugh people! Come on!!!"

In a statement to Yahoo News Australia, Hungry Jack's confirmed they contacted the customer following their enquiry regarding the note.

"Hungry Jack’s is investigating the incident and has apologised to the customer," a spokesperson said.

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