McDonald's 'launch' McPickle burger and everyone actually wants one

Here’s A Taste Of The 2019 April Fool’s Pranks Flooding Our Inboxes Today

Here’s A Taste Of The 2019 April Fool’s Pranks Flooding Our Inboxes Today

With one pretty prominent restaurant chain already outraging customers around the world for their apparently not-so-funny practical joke, maybe they should just leave the April Fool's Day festivities to the professionals.

The fast food giant took to its official Instagram account on Monday to announce it would be launching a McPickle Burger in Australia.

Sharing a video of the (absolutely delicious looking) burger, on its Australian social media account, McDonald's wrote: "Pickle lovers, it's the news you've all been waiting for". It's sure to be a treat for all your senses, ' it concluded.

The newly-created offering was supposed to be filled with plenty of pickles, lined between layers of melted cheese, and packed into a sesame seed bun.

Another said she was "gonna order 1000". That was until McDonald's Australia followed up their post with the comment "Available until yesterday".

"Omg it's a burger designed for me", said another.

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Meanwhile, those odd people who don't like gherkins, responded to say they were chuffed it didn't exist.

"I want this now", jujuox replied on Instagram.

Some people, however, said the new burger would have been a "gross" addition.

Comment from the company to suggest it won't be added to its regular menu.

"We know there's a lot of love out there for our famous pickles, and the McPickle Burger has certainly got people talking about them".

@maccas look, I know the McPickle was an April Fool's joke.

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