A video allegedly showing Chipotle employees becoming “clearly frustrated” at a customer’s request to re-fulfill a complex order has garnered more than 46,400 views on TikTok.
Posted by @xking_darius, the video shows a customer trying to order a “mega burrito” or a burrito made from three tortillas stacked on top of each other and annoyed that the staff didn’t do it their way. like.
“The person in front of me made a huge Chipotle burrito and got mad when they didn’t do it a certain way,” reads one line on the video.
Chipotle’s current menu does not include a mega burrito option, meaning it could be a “secret menu” option — customer-generated and created using items already on the menu, but not one that Chipotle accepts.
Commenters openly decried the decision to try ordering a burrito like this, pointing out that it puts extra stress on wait staff, who aren’t trained to do as they do for items that contain ingredients. in the menu.
“You are not even allowed to do this,” one commenter wrote. “Like damn, Chipotle took that long. Don’t make it harder by doing a fuck. “
Other commenters who once claimed to work for Chipotle shared their similar experiences from across the counter.
“I used to work at Chipotle and we already have someone doing this,” one person commented. “We stopped serving him because it was close to a span and he was going crazy.”
The so-called “mega burrito” is something of an internet legend, cataloged through forums like Reddit.
Daily Dot has reached out to @xking_darius via TikTok DM, as well as directly with Chipotle about its order customization policy.
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* First published: January 1, 2022, 8:40 a.m. CST
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