McDonald’s customer orders ‘secret menu item’ that dwarfs Grand Big Mac

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A McDonald’s fan has ordered a legendary item from the alleged “secret menu” and people have been left speechless.

In a video, uploaded on TikTok by user @theglasssniper, the bloke orders what he calls a “Monster Mac” at a McDonald’s drive-thru.

He then winces and claims it will cost $11 (£8) and proceeds to take home the mystery burger for an unwrapping on camera.

The TikTok user said: "They tried to fit this thing in an actual Big Mac punch and it doesn’t fit.”

Pulling out the giant box, he adds: “This sucker is eight patties long, now it’s not as big as Wendy’s [another US fast-food brand] but it is also half the price.”

He then flips open the box, to reveal an eye-watering burger, stuffed with multiple beef patties and layer upon layer of cheese.

“I will say this one is a lot cheesier than the other one,” he adds.

The foodie then advises people to always a burger upside down, claiming: “The top bun is always the sturdier one.”

He took a monster-sized and rated the burger nine out of 10 and said it was very tasty.

Unsurprisingly, the video went down a tray with diehard Maccies fans – although some claimed the “secret menu” was a lie and you have to custom order different things and build them yourself.

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One fan said: “Wow that would take me two days to eat.”

A second person exclaimed: “That burger exists? I heard stories of this legendary artery-clogging delight but never thought you could get one.”

“I asked for a Monster Mac and they told me the ice cream machine was down,” joked a third viewer.

Someone else claimed it was a hoax and said: “I worked at McDonald’s up until about a year ago.”

A fifth user said: There is no secret menu. It’s just something people ordered so they add it and make it a regular menu item that’s not visible on the drive.”

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