One TikToker alleges that after ordering Chipotle online, she did not receive what she ordered. Instead, she has everything a Chipotle worker has on hand. This includes lots of forks and napkins.
User @su.sannaa’s TikTok sparked discussion and debate, leading to a follow-up video from the original poster.
In @su.sannaa’s first video, she reveals what Chipotle allegedly gave her instead of ordering her food. This included a handful of napkins, a few forks, chips, and a sloppy burrito that contained rice, beans, and beef.
“Obviously they didn’t have all I asked for so they gave me what they had left in the store,” she claimed. As for the meat part of her burrito, she added: “By the way, I definitely asked for chicken.”
TikTok commenters were initially confused, worried about the potential safety issues that something similar could cause and – most importantly – unsure how this happened right away. from the beginning.
One commenter commented: “Consider it a food safety issue. “It may have things you are allergic to [to] and they should only close their online store if they have nothing. “
@su.sannaa endorsed this, replying “Exactly maybe I just canceled my order.”
Another commenter alleges that events like this happen because Chipotle pushes its employees to keep online orders open even when it is unreasonable to do so, as is the case reported. is in this case.
“I worked at chipotle and that’s because they (the company) are literally fighting each other to keep online ordering open,” one commenter shared. “The chip company doesn’t care about the customer, only cares about making their numbers look good.”
An additional commenter claims this is common practice at some Chipotle locations.
“Yes, I work here,” said one TikTok user. “When we run out, we just give you what we have or just throw it away.”
In the wake of the wave of comments, @su.sannaa posted a follow-up on TikTok in response to some of the questions she received.
In a nutshell, she says she didn’t place an order just before closing and doesn’t understand people who say she should have been content with the order she received. As she says in the video, “Should I eat a napkin?!”
Neither @su.sannaa nor Chipotle immediately responded to Daily Dot’s request for comment.
*First published: December 28, 2021, 1:59 p.m. CST
Braden Bjella is a culturalist. His work can be found on Mixmag, Electronic Beats, Schön! magazines and more.
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