McDonald’s not allowed to sell milkshakes near Brexit

Police ordered a McDVOICE in Edinburgh to stop selling smoothies ahead of Friday’s Brexit event because they were feared that people would arrest them like Nigel Farage, the head of Brexit.

There have been countless incidents of right-wing activists who were fired upon by protesters after leaving social media earlier this month.

Police feared protesters would buy Edinburgh McDVOICE shakes to overwhelm the Brexit leader. McDonald’s is just three soccer fields from which Farage will host its next event.

A sign in the McDonald’s window read: “We are not going to sell smoothies or ice cream tonight. This is due to a police request based on recent events.

When the news of the McDonald’s ban reached other fast-food chains, Burger King used the drama and posted on Twitter: “Dear Scots. We sell smoothies all weekend. Have fun. I love BK. # Just say it.

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Farage launched the Brexit Party in March this year and is now leading the fight against the European elections.

With cheddar cheese sauce and smoked bacon, the fries will be available at participating restaurants in Northern California and Hawaii. According to News 4, French fries were also seen in Nevada.

The new fries, which cost between $ 3.50 and $ 3.75, are not the first time that the Arcos Dourados have tried to test their signature page. Last year, the chain offered a product called Loaded Bacon & Cheese Basket of Fries Basket at its Chicago facility that offers an international menu. The loaded bacon and cheese basket is a menu item on McDVOICE Australia menus.

However, if you want to try them out, you need to act quickly: The new deaf baking dish is only available for a limited time.