McDonald's customers were left fuming after their burger-themed loungewear failed to arrive with their UberEats order last night.
The fast food chain launched its very own limited edition clothing range – which included leggings, a wearable blanket and fuzzy socks – to mark its first ever McDelivery Night under the #McDelivery hashtag.
Using a special code, those ordering on the UberEats app between 5-7pm would get complementary Golden Arches swag as well as free delivery.
Love Island's Maura Higgins modelled some of the items in a picture posted to her Instagram account as she tucked into her Big Mac meal.
But many disappointed devotees say the marketing stunt was plagued by problems and complained they ended up with nothing, despite spending their hard-earned cash on the promotion.
Users voiced their displeasure on social media – including one person who threatened to report the company to Trading Standards.
User @MiriamBrundle wrote on Twitter : " I’ve been conned by the great McDonalds scam of 2019 #McDelivery ."
One wrote on Instagram: "I won NOTHING! It’s all lies. Either that, or the Uber Eats driver stole it."
Another added: "If I had known the free lounge wear wasn't a guarantee I wouldn't have ordered it! Feel let down."
"#mcdeliverynightin is a scam. Ordered with UberEats and got nothing. Called "participating" restaurant and the manager has never heard of it", another added.
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