Australian McDonald’s Rampage Over McNuggets

Drunk Aussie Just Wanted Some McNuggets

At 5 a.m. on Remembrance Day, a 30-year-old Australian man, Kole Olsen, pulled up to a Sydney McDonald’s drive-thru window after a night of heavy drinking. His order: 200 McNuggets. The McWorkers were not going to fill that order while they were still serving breakfast. Rules are rules, dude.

Mr. Olsen, being drunk and hungry, wasn’t about to take no for an answer. “I want my f#ckin’ nuggets. I’ll f@ck you up!” That sounds like something a drunk American frat boy would yell. I’ve never met an Australian who was a douche, but thanks to this story, I now know that they do indeed exist. He probably watches a lot of American movies and emulates what he sees.

McDonalds rampage over McNuggets

Australian McDonald’s Rampage Scares Workers

The drunk and rowdy Olsen raced around the drive-thru lane (completing four laps) while honking the horn and yelling. He decided that he could live with having 200 hash browns instead of the McNuggets and paid for his order. Will that complete your order? Your total is $230. After he paid for his breakfast of losers, he continued to yell and curse at the McWorkers. This, of course, frightened them and resulted in them locking the doors and calling the police.

While the police were on their way, the man claimed that they messed up his order. He forgot that he ordered the hash browns and insisted that he had ordered 200 large fries and 200 Big Macs. This guy really has a thing for the number 200. Perhaps that’s what his girlfriend weighs. He demanded a refund, but was denied.

When the police arrived they found the man parked in the parking lot. He was given a breathalyzer and blew a 0.175, which isn’t very high, if you want to know the truth. It’s over the legal limit for driving, but I’ve blown a 0.425 before and I wasn’t acting out of my mind like this guy. The police told me it was the highest BAC reading they have ever seen. Hey, I was young. I don’t even drink anymore.

Mr. Olsen was fined $1,000 and was made to promise that he would be good for a whole year. This wasn’t the first time that the man has had a run-in with the law because of his drinking and bad behavior.