A McDonald's is testing a 'walk-through' for drunk customers

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In what can only be described as a win for public intoxication, a McDonald's in the U.K. is seeing what happens if it opens up the drive-through to random pedestrians who decide late at night that they need a burger and perhaps 12 orders of large fries, or whatever the case may be. This "walk-through" window appears to be a first for the chain, which actually details in its online FAQs why stores don't serve walk-up customers. However, on the weekends, this particular outlet in Llandudno, a city in Wales, now specifically dedicates one drive-through lane to foot traffic between the hours of 2.30 a.m. and 4 a.m. as a way of inviting particular clientele to "come and enjoy a meal at the restaurant after their nightout."

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According to The Sun, the test started last Saturday and achieved "instant popularity," already leading management to declare that it should stick around as a permanentlate-night feature. Now they just need to figure out where they're going to install the parking-lotbathrooms.

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