McDonald's 60-Second Meals in Japan Aren't Going So Well

Timer on the counter isn't helping quality

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In Japan, McDonald's apparently has a reputation for consistent quality and efficiency. But those traits are clearly in jeopardy, thanks to the burger chain's new pledge there to serve your meal in less than 60 seconds. Kotaku today shares "a gallery of hamburger horrors" that Japanese McDonald's customers have posted to Twitter since the 60-second promotion began. From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., a one-minute timer is set up at each register, creating a mad scramble to fulfill each order.



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