A McDonald’s in Sacramento would have had enough of the bagpipe restaurant explosion to scare the homeless.
Restaurant 24 and Broadway enjoyed the music 24 hours a day until some neighbors came and complained, CBS13 reported. “The first days were 24 hours a day,” said Arnold Phillips, who lives across the street from the train station. If we hadn’t complained or reported anything to the police, they would still have the case.
He added: “It’s actually through the walls. We can hear it when I try to watch TV or something and it works.”
Clients were also closed due to incessant noise. Susan Smart told the network that the song was “offensive” because “it was so boring.” Facility managers said the idea was originally intended to keep people homeless and homeless.
Management informed neighbors that they had sent their complaints to management, KOVR reported. The idea of playing loud music to leave it out there is not new. The 7-Eleven in Modesto made headlines in 2018 with its practice of stealing classical music to prevent scammers and loafers from staying in the store. For the person who paid for our breakfast today, I hope they get it, he posted on Facebook. You viewed my son in uniform behind you on the trip and I wished to thank you for your service. You don’t know how much your brand needed today.”
While that was enough to make the act of kindness worthwhile, Kendall’s story continues. According to Fox 6 Now, this McDonald’s is a popular place where people pay for a stranger’s food. This particular incident shows how random actions can help others.