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McDonald's fans are fuming after claiming the chain’s new triple cheeseburgers look nothing like the adverts.
The new dish has been eagerly appreciated – with customers looking forward to the triple beef patties, onions, pickles, mustard and cheese encased in a soft toasted bun.
But those purchasing the new menu item say they look nothing like McDonald's advertisement pictures.
The new menu item is now available for £2.19 after it was launched on September 2nd.
But customers have complained that the burgers look much less impressive than they should – and some claim they only received two patties.
One customer, who shared a pic of a squished looking burger, tweeted: "Shame mine didn’t look like the one in the advert."
Another added: "Erm…. this is the HEIGHT of disappointment!! I got given a DOUBLE instead?! W**!!! Bought at the Holborn branch…"
A third person added: "Wouldn’t bother!! State of that!!
And a disgruntled customer added: "not a @McDonaldsUK eater but the new triple cheeseburger seems tasty. But look at that, not even close! it’s awful and such a dog food."
McDonald's fans in Yorkshire were among the first to sample the new burger back in February.
It was trialled in just 60 restaurants across the UK earlier this year and was well received.
The fast food chain was closed for months during the coronavirus pandemic and began with a limited menu.
But fan favourites such as the milkshakes and breakfast options have gradually made their way back on to the menu.
But vegetarian customers have complained there are few options for them after Veggie Dippers were removed.
But the national chain has confirmed they will be on the menu soon again.
A spokesman said: "Due to an issue whereby some of our Veggie Dippers have not met the high standards that we expect from our products, we have temporarily removed these from our menu.
"We are working hard to return our Dippers to the menu as quickly as possible, and apologise to our customers for any disappointment caused."
McDonald's has been contacted for comment.
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