A McDonald’s Employee Confessed to Adding Extra Nugget in Meals For Years, Leaving the Internet to Dub Him ‘Robin Hood of Nuggets’

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The internet has touted a man as the “Robin Hood of Nuggets” after he made a Twitter post revealing that he put an extra chicken nugget in the 10 piece meal when he worked for McDonald’s for two years. The internet swiftly applauded the legendary hero with people agreeing on one thing: Not all heroes wear capes.

Cody Bondarchuk posted on Twitter that he used to work at an Alberta, Canada, McDonald’s for two years. While there he claimed that he would give back to those who purchased food as he would add an extra nugget to the chicken nugget meal.

“I worked at McDonald’s for two and a half years and I put 11 nuggets in almost every 10-piece I made,” he wrote on Twitter. Imagine the person’s face when they come across that delectable extra chicken nugget.

Bondarchuk has become a viral sensation with 892,000 likes and more than 78,000 retweets on his November 16 tweet. With so much attention on his post, it should come as little surprise that people were overall ecstatic someone would do such a thing.

One eager admirer replied: “Guarantee you made someone’s day at least once a day each day you worked over those years. Nicely done.”

Another person wrote: “This thread made me cry. I was the college student with work-study + 2 PT jobs who didn’t have enough. Slept in my car, showered at the gym & stole extra ketchup packets to make soup. The extra nuggets or fries made a huge difference!”

Sadly, though, he never got the recognition he deserved as he typically worked a drive-thru window. “The location was mostly drive-thru so not that I can remember, but I’d like to imagine they went home, saw the extra nug, and smiled a little,” he said replying to a user.

While most had a good laugh about the whole thing, some always have to come and suck the fun out of it. One user tried to make the argument that he was hurting the company since he was stealing goods.

“I hope so because I calculated it and I would owe Ronald about $1,600,” he said to the naysayer. Just another instance of people going above and beyond the call of duty.