'Lose weight': Cruel note in McDonald's delivery order

Yahoo News Staff
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A McDonald's customer waiting for her food to be delivered was shocked to find a note accompanying her meal reportedly slipped in the bag by the delivery driver.

Suzie, or @soozieque on TikTok, shared a video to the platform of the cruel note the delivery driver left for her on the back of a Herbalife card.

The food was delivered through DoorDash and Suzie explained the card was left in the brown paper bag.

"Lose weight, ask me how," the note said.

A delivery driver allegedly left a note saying 'lose weight, ask me how' in a bag of food. Source: TikTok/soozieque
A delivery driver allegedly left a note saying 'lose weight, ask me how' in a bag of food. Source: TikTok/soozieque

Suzie hid the delivery driver's name and number with a McDonald's fry.

"Thanks... I guess," she wrote on TikTok.

The video has been viewed over 33,000 times since it was uploaded a week ago.

In the comments, a few people questioned if the bag of food was sealed. Suzie said it was, but the delivery driver must have slipped the card through the top.

Thankfully Suzie did say she had a good sense of humour about the ordeal.

"Hopefully they don't do it to every person - I'm sure a lot of people won't find the humour in it that I did," she said.

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One other person said the note was "mad cruel".

Suzie explained she did try to report the delivery driver but she hasn't heard anything back.

Other people in the comments suggested the driver was just trying to get some extra cash by promoting Herbalife.

Other TikTok users were concerned the driver violated DoorDash's terms of service by slipping the note in the bag of food.

"This inappropriate and unacceptable behavior violates our policy and is never tolerated on the DoorDash platform," DoorDash said in a statement to Yahoo News Australia. 

"We are actively working to connect with the customer to offer our support and help identify the Dasher involved to immediately take action. 

"We sincerely regret that this incident fell short of the experience we strive to provide every day."

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