Customers’ Annoying Habits The Star In Latest Burger King Work

Customers’ Annoying Habits The Star In Latest Burger King Work
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Lockdowns are only now easing in Europe and that means the return of customers to Burger King’s restaurants.

And to celebrate, the chain’s French and Belgian agency, Parisian maestros Buzzman, has released new work called “Miss you” that plays on all the irritating things Burger King customers do.

From paying with loose change, bad parking, nose picking, even ordering a Big Mac it appears Burger King has a bit of love-hare relationship with its customers.

The burger giant commenting in a statement: “You, our dear indecisive ones who change your mind 300 times at the counter. You, the little rascals who come to use the WiFi without ordering anything (or just a coffee). You, the innocently clueless ones who forget your trays on the table on the way out… All of you. Even the wonderful fussy kids who cry for one more toy and those who think that they can order items off our fellow burger-chain’s menu!”

Check out the fun spot below:

 

 

 

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