A Sick New Prank Is Targeting People That Work At Fast Food Places, And People Are Losing Their Minds…


A recent prank by a Taco Bell customer has sparked widespread disapproval on TikTok, as people are finding it “offensive” and “ridiculous.”

TikTok has become a popular platform for users to share and engage in various pranks, often involving fast-food workers. Instances of such pranks include ordering strange Subway sandwich combinations, repeatedly going through the Burger King drive-thru, and requesting a Chipotle burrito with “everything” on it. However, this latest Taco Bell drive-thru prank has failed to gain traction as a trend, primarily due to its offensive nature.

The TikTok user in question, Ty Money, shared two videos allegedly filmed during the same visit to a Taco Bell. In the first video, Ty Money holds up a phone to the employee at the drive-thru window and asks how much it would cost to order one of “everything” on the menu. This unreasonable request would require the worker to add every single item to the order and calculate the total price, making their job significantly more challenging.

The Taco Bell employee, visibly annoyed and frustrated, cleverly responds with a sarcastic figure: “$500 million, dude — after taxes.” Throughout the video, the worker continues to show his irritation with the prankster. Ultimately, Ty Money orders a large ice water, which costs nothing.

Despite the failure of his initial prank, Ty Money proceeds to film a second video when receiving his drink from the employee. As the worker hands him the cup of water, Ty Money says, “I’ve got it,” and then appears to purposely let the cup slip from his grip, causing it to fall to the ground.

The majority of viewers believe that Ty Money’s “accidental” drop was part of the prank, given that he recorded the seemingly mundane exchange. At the end of the video, the TikTok user even goes so far as to blame the Taco Bell employee for the dropped cup, despite it evidently slipping from his own hand.

Many viewers have expressed their displeasure with Ty Money’s videos.

One user commented, “This is so disrespectful,” while another shared, “This is why I quit working at fast food.”

Yet another user empathized with fast-food workers, stating, “Fast food workers don’t get paid enough for kids to do stuff like this.”

This prank highlights a concerning trend of disrespect towards fast-food workers who are already dealing with challenging and often underpaid jobs. Rather than gaining amusement from the misfortune of others, we should encourage a culture of respect and understanding for those who serve us in the fast-food industry.

They deserve better than to be subjected to offensive and thoughtless pranks. Instead of promoting such disrespectful behavior, let us recognize the hard work these employees put in daily and treat them with the courtesy they deserve.

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Source: AWM