A MCDONALD'S diner ordered a whopping £1,800-worth of takeaway food including 304 burgers, a stunned worker revealed.

The hungry punter bought 70 Angus Clubhouse burgers and 39 McFamily Boxes, which came with 234 burgers.

They also ordered in 39 packs of 20 McNuggets, 69 large fries, a small Vanilla Coke (with no ice) – and a Cheeseburger with no pickles.

Two packets of small fries were also added to round off the mammoth Maccie D's order.

It's thought around 100 drinks were also bought to wash down the food, which was ordered at a McDonald's in Australia.

A McDonald's employee shared a photo showing the super-sized meal order on a Facebook page for staff.


The overall bill came to a fat $3,400 Australian Dollars, leaving workers from the fast food chain shocked.

One posted: "I'd quit on the spot if I saw that order."

Another wrote: "Small wait on the Angus burgers, shouldn't be too long. Just wait around the corner."

And a third said: "A third asked: "Is this even legal?"

It comes after McDonald's announced it's axing three items including the BBQ bacon stack today as it shakes up its menu.

As part of the reshuffle, the fast food chain is also adding five new items to its menu for summer including a new burger and two flavours of McFlurry.

The Aero Chocolate and Aero Mint McFlurry flavours have been axed along with the BBQ Bacon Stack, which became available in June.

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