A McDonald’s in Rome, Georgia, recently called the police when a man dressed as the 'Burger King' entered the fast food restaurant.
The McDonald’s manager said that the Burger King mascot gave free hamburgers to customers, and took pictures with children, reports the Rome News-Tribune.
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The 'Burger King' told the McDonald’s manager that he was collecting money for charity, but the manager told police the man did not collect any cash.
Before leaving in his white Acura, the 'Burger King' mascot removed his mask in view of the manager, who said he was a white, middle-aged man with dark hair.