Many of us find it easy to customise our McDonald’s orders when using delivery services.
And essentially, two packets of ketchup were what arrived at her front door.
The story made many wonder if staff will carry out any food request that’s thrown at them.
So MyLondon decided to put the question to the test by ordering some barmy meals via JustEat.
Reporter John James requested four customised “monstrosities” from McDonald’s – and this is what happened.
(No beef patty, no onions)
Should you ever meddle with a classic? John did just that.
With one fell swoop of the finger, he decided to delete the two patties and onions.
He said: “This was a clever ploy in itself, after the sacrilege of a burgerless burger, would the chefs be able to spot our second request?
“As it turns out they delivered with aplomb and custom built our little parcel of nothingness.
“It looked and smelled like a Big Mac but possibly a vegan alternative.”
(No bun, extra ketchup, extra tomato)
This classic vegetarian order was given a reshuffle.
John decided to turn it into a salad by removing the bun and adding a slice of tomato.
Instead of adding a dressing, he opted for ketchup to accompany everything instead.
The writer explained: “We added it all together and the good people of McDonald’s delivered a monstrosity.
“An unspeakably ugly dish that by all rights should have got the customer sectioned, but we can’t complain because we ordered it.”
BBQ Chicken Legend
Not fan of beef burgers? The BBQ Chicken Legend is probably what you’d usually pick.
It’s pure simplicity so there’s not much to tamper with so MyLondon decided to just remove the bun and see what would happen.
John said: “Ever since KFC launched their infamous double down burger, consisting of two chicken fillets with cheese in the middle, I’ve been fascinated by bunless chicken burgers.”
He added: “Call it a perversion or a sickness, I don’t care, I simply had to see if they’d fulfil my greasy request.
“Sure enough, when I slid open the lid it was laid out in all its glory.
“Certainly the least offensive burger we ordered, it’s just chicken after all.”
(No bun, extra bacon)
The final customised burger was a take on the Triple Cheeseburger.
And to really make the most of the meatiness of the triple patty stack, they decided to remove the bun.
The reporter also opted to add some bacon at a cost of 40p.
John said: “I was intrigued as to how they’d incorporate them into the design of the burger.
“Would they slide them lovingly into the crease of the meat tower or perhaps layer one on top and one on the bottom.
“As it turned out they did neither, instead dropping them on to the mess of a meal without so much as a second glance.
“The whole thing looked like roadkill quite honestly, I won’t be ordering it again.”