Coast residents have expressed their outrage at a new policy introduced at McDonald's stores across the region.
Coast residents have expressed their outrage at a new policy introduced at McDonald's stores across the region. Michaela O'Neill

'What the actual f*** Maccas?' Coast customers left outraged

COAST residents have expressed their frustration at a new policy reportedly introduced at McDonald's stores across the region.

Signs on the toilet doors at the Coast fast food outlets declare the amenities are for customers only and require a code at the bottom of their receipt to access them.

A woman posted about her recent experience on social media, stating; "What the actual F*** McDonald's. Needing a code to pee.”

The post has divided people, with many in support of the fast food chain's choice to display the signs, while others believe it to be unfair.

"Oh wow. Understand they need sales but not letting people in especially kids isn't very fair if there isn't any public toilets around,” one of the comments read.

Another; "It's not a public toilet, their business is selling food and drink. Small cafes wouldn't let 100 people per day use their toilet to. So why is it any different. If there is need for more toilets talk to council not maccas.”

Residents have noticed the signs at McDonald's stores in Coolum, Alexandra Headland and Maroochydore.

What do you think about the fast food outlet's toilet policy and where have you noticed the signs on the Coast?

Let us know by emailing editorial@scnews.com.au.

McDonald's have been contacted for comment.

The signs on the toilet doors at a Coast McDonald's.
The signs on the toilet doors at a Coast McDonald's. Contributed


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