Nobody gets paid enough to deal with stuff like this.

A social media user recently uploaded a prank he pulled on an unsuspecting Taco Bell/KFC drive-thru worker. While the video has been viewed millions of times, many TikTokers criticized the prankster’s actions as rude and cruel.

In fact, the TikTok prank sparked major backlash online, with users calling the stunt “ridiculous” and “offensive.”

Fast food pranks are commonplace on TikTok. In the past several months, users have gone viral for requesting insane Subway sandwiches, driving continuously through the Burger King drive-thru, and ordering a Chipotle burrito with “everything” on it.

However, many TikTok users seem to think a new prank, from user Ty Money @liltysie went too far. The TikToker shared two videos to his account, both of which were allegedly filmed during the same trip to Taco Bell.

In the first video, the TikTok user holds a phone up to the Taco Bell employee while asking how much it would cost to order one of “everything” on the menu. Obviously, this would require the fast-food worker to expend a lot of work to generate that number. They’d have to add all the items to the order before they would be able to report how much it would cost.

Fortunately, the Taco Bell employee has a sense of humor – and a backbone. He does not give Ty Money the correct answer to the ridiculous question.

“$500 million, dude — after taxes,” the drive-thru worker said in the TikTok clip. “Yes sir, if you want one of everything, that’s about what it will be.”


#drivethru #drivethruprank #prank #kfc #tacobell #fastfoodworker

♬ original sound – Ty$ Money

In the second video, the TikToker pulls up to the drive-thru window and takes the cup of water from the worker. Before pulling it into his car, however, he apparently drops the water.

When someone inside the restaurant asks what happened, the prankster claims the fall was the other worker’s fault.


This is part 2 to my last post 😂#dontletitflop #waterprank #drivethruprank #kfc #tacobell #mcdonalds #drivethru #rapperstoknow #dropped

♬ original sound – Ty$ Money

The first video has been viewed over 4.8 million times as of Thursday, while the second part of the video has been viewed over 321,000 times.

Many of the comments on the second video appeared to criticize the prank, with one user writing, “Say you peaked in high school without saying you peaked in high school.”

“Fast food workers are human beings, not free content,” added another.

“This was a lame prank,” another agreed.

Source: AWM

One Response

  1. Ron Hopkins

    These are supposed to be funny? I guess lack of knowledge equats to lack of humor!


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