McDonald’s And KFC Branches Are Banning Under 18s Without Adult Supervision

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If you lived in a bit of a shit hole of a town as a teen, like myself, the chances are that you probably spent many a night in your local Maccies.

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Simply because there was fuck all else to do and it acted as the ultimate hangover destination to tuck into a cheeseburger or 10 to put that right.

But this could soon become a thing of the past, now KFC have followed McDonald’s in banning under 18’s from a couple of their branches.

A McDonald’s in Meir Park, Stoke-on-Trent, made the decision to ban all unsupervised youngsters after they had to call emergency services to deal with a fight between a gang of 24 teens.

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Eight people were arrested after police sent armed officers and a helicopter to reports of a fight and gunshots. They’ve now been bailed.

Now a KFC in the same area is following their lead in order to try and stop any any unruly behaviour while people are tucking in to their bargain buckets and whatnot.

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Speaking to The Independent, KFC manager, Liam Dalgarno, said:

The way some of these youngsters act can be scary for staff. People shouldn’t have to experience that. Under-18s are not strictly banned from the premises, they can come in to order their meal but then they have to take it out. A minority had been causing trouble. Really they only came in for the Wi-Fi but we have reduced the distance of it so now it only reaches the doors.

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To be fair, the last thing you really want to see while you’re stuffing your face with all the food is a load of lads having a massive brawl.

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Liam added:

We had problems on a daily basis and we work closely with our PCSOs and police officers. We have gradually started noticing a difference since this policy was introduced and these measures help the staff to feel safer at work.

Could this be the start of something a lot greater?


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