Uber Eats user reveals glitch that got him 13 free drinks – but people warn he may face a surprise charge
A SYSTEM bug was discovered on the internet which scored 13 free drinks.
While the goods may already have been enjoyed, netizens warn the hack could result in a surprise fee.
TikToker Mesean recently made a video to show platform users that a popular fast food chain accidentally put one of their drinks on a popular courier app for free.
The hack was revealed in a single sentence above the clip, which read, “Me when macdonals (sic) accidentally lists their chocolate milk for free on Uber Eats.”
It wowed the internet when one user said, “I used to chug 5 of these in the back when I worked there.”
Another caught the nostalgia wave, writing, “I forgot about McMilk.”
Still, some people in the comments weren’t convinced the glitch would leave the clever content creator scot-free.
“Have fun being randomly charged for that,” they said.
“You can’t change the price once the order is complete,” argued another person.
“Once you have the item in your hands, the order is complete.”
An iconic McDonald’s dessert will also reportedly be performing for free.
“Doordash always lists the cakes as free and my mum is freaking out,” read one comment, two sobbing emojis alongside.
Another comment called the song used for the short clip a more macabre remix of the classic iPhone ringtone Opening.
“The audio,” the person said, writing everything in capital letters.
A TikToker cited a perceived change in ingredients that he believes caused a drop in quality when he recalls it.
“They recently changed their chocolate milk recipe, it doesn’t taste as good as it did 10 years ago,” they said.
For more related content, check out The US Sun’s coverage of how McDonald’s plans to open 400 new locations in 2023.
The US Sun has reached out to Uber for comment and will update the story accordingly.
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