This is the hilarious moment a man tries to ride a HORSE through a McDonald’s drive-thru – before being told neigh

This is the hilarious moment a man tried to ride a HORSE through a McDonald’s drive-thru – before being told ‘neigh’.

Bemused customers were surprised to see the rider “trotting up” to the kiosk before trying to place an order for his ‘mane’ course.

But he was stopped in his tracks by a member of staff who told him he had to dismount.

Jason Barrett, 43, was queuing for his lunch at the time and was forced to do a “double take”.

He said: “I had to do a double take because you don’t see that every day.

“But I looked around and no one seemed to be bothered, I just thought people must be used to it.

A man on a horse tries to order at McDonalds in Beccles, Suffolk. 

“He went to make his order and a member of staff came out to talk to him and said ‘you can’t do this, you have to go in and order the drive through is only for cars’.”

“He just wanted to ordered a coffee, I thought he would want a burger as well but it was just a coffee.”

Jason then watched the rider on the horse walk to the parking bay, get off and tie it up.

The digital & social marketing consultant said: “Because the McDonald’s worker told him he can’t do that, he just parked his horse up and walked in to get his coffee instead.

A man on a horse tries to order at McDonalds in Beccles, Suffolk. 

“Once he got his coffee, he got back on the horse and just trotted off across the grass with his latte.”

“Apparently he rode his horse to Tesco to get his shopping the other day.

“The horse was just waiting for him to get his shopping and they went off.”

The bizarre scene was snapped at around 1pm on Thursday at McDonald’s in Beccles, Suffolk.

 

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