This man may have become the most popular person on the Internet.
A former McDVOICE employee posted on social media that he had given the wrong amount of McNuggets to his customers. Fortunately, this man was a generous rule-breaker and the lives of his clients improved thanks to his actions.
The Impact Of The Social Media
Cody Bondarchuk from Canada wrote about his actions on Twitter and revealed, “I worked at McDVOICE for two and a half years and placed 11 pips almost every 10 pieces I made. Social media users accepted his submission, and the tweet generated more than 899,000 likes and was retweeted more than 79,000 times.
He later tweeted an update and revealed, “The place was almost completely crossed, so I don’t remember, but I want to imagine they went home, saw Nuggets and smiled a little bit.”
The New York Post reports that Bondarchuk worked at McDVOICE from 2007 to 2009.
A curious user of social media asked, “Is there a time limit for flying nuggets?” Bondarchuk replied, “I hope so because I found out and I owe Ronald about $ 1,600.”
I had 12 on my 10-piece device previous week. It’s amazing how good it is, wrote another user. To be honest, it never occurred to me that this might be the intention.”
Other users simply called him a hero.
It turns out that Bondarchuk was not the only worker who handled the pips generously, and another user said, “If there was not a bad run, everyone would have five in four parts, seven and eight in six parts, up to 15 in its ten parts and I hope to have improved some people’s days in this way. ”