One of their arguments used was the horse made a mess and distressed customers.
What about the distress caused by their customers who throw all the cartons/junk
all over the place outside.
We have a McDonalds near where I live and there's cartons strewn all over the place.
I don't hear McDonalds complaining about this.
Seriously though, I agree with another posters sentiments that they should have just served via the drive thru. Isn't it sad they'll tolerate the
exposure of their employees to car exhaust and noise, but can't handle the whinney or neighing of a horse?
Dont quote me on this, but ive got a feeling its something to do with the store being able to count the amount of cars that come through the drive
thru, and also maybe for the person on the microphone to know that someones there. Theres censors as you approach the drive thru, the censor only
picks up a certain amount of metal, ie cars and motorbikes, but not cycles or obviously horses.
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