A Chick-fil-A in Maryland beefed up its customer support when a patron with an uncommon mode of transportation moseyed via the drive-thru this week.
The Chick-fil-A in Frederick, Md. — positioned about 40 miles northwest of Washington, D.C. — shared images on Fb Thursday of a buyer on a purple using garden mower stopping by for some rooster. Within the images, a Chick-fil-A worker is seen outdoors the restaurant, handing a bag of meals to the person.
“If you’re actually craving that traditional Chick-fil-A sandwich meal!” the fast-food restaurant captioned the photographs. “Our Drive Through crew is able to serve you!”
John Kirk, who’s tagged within the images, commented on the publish, “Wow, I’ve been a landscaper for lower than 24 hours and I’m already well-known.”
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That is simply the most recent instance of hungry prospects visiting drive-thru home windows sans automobiles.
In Could, an Illinois Taco Bell served a buyer steering two horses hauling a purple cart. And in February, an avid equestrian took her horse via a Pennsylvania Wendy’s drive-thru for a chocolate Frosty.