McDonalds employee claims this is the way to get free drinks

Mail Online | 7/17/2019 | Freya Drohan For Dailymail.com
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A McDonalds employee has revealed a secret hack to getting free drinks - and earned himself viral fame in the process.

There are over 38,000 McDonalds locations in the world - and thanks to one US-based staff member, there might have to be an emergency meeting of managers today.

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The employee, who is known only by his online username @leroy_corduroy, shared a video to TikTok revealing exactly how customers could scam a free drink.

Starting his broadcast from the restaurant bathroom, @leroy_corduroy explained that, 'Every McDonalds leaves the key under the ketchup'.

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He proceeded to direct the camera to the area where a bucket of single-use condiments is stored, right beside the soda fountains. Lifting the metal bucket, sure enough there lies a small key.

'You want to take the key and go to the last cabinet and put it in,' the employee continues as he shows self-filmed footage of his free hand opening the lock.

'After - Key - Size - Cup - Size

'After you get the key in, you can get any size cup, any size straw and any size lid and get a free drink,' he proves, as he reveals the hidden stash of spare containers.

Usually, customers must pay for their sodas at the counter in order to obtain a cup to fill up at the drinks fountain.

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To date, the short video has been viewed 1.2 million times.

TikTok users seemed equally angered and bemused by the video, with over 12,000 people weighing in on the comments section.

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'I'm guessing I'll be seeing you at Wendy's next week,' one user jokingly wrote.

Several commentors called for the employee to be fired, while others asked, 'Why not just ask for a water cup if it's that important to get a free drink?'

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