McDonald's customer talks staff into making him a 'Leb Mac'

McDonald's customer talks staff into making him a 'Leb Mac'

October 9, 2019 By mediabest

Hilarious moment a McDonald’s customer talks drive-thru staff into making him a ‘Leb Mac’ using his own PITA BREAD

  • Elias Abi-merhi has shown off his famous creation of a Leb Mac at a drive-thru
  • He is seen asking a worker if they can use his own pita bread in place of the bun
  • Although nervous the worker made up the ‘Leb Mac’ and he urged others to try it 

A McDonald’s customer has convinced a drive-thru staff member into making him his own ‘Leb Mac’ using pita bread. 

Elias Abi-merhi brought his own pita bread to a McDonald’s restaurant in Sydney and asked staff to make a Big Mac using it.  

‘The new Leb Mac.. only at McDonald’s for a limited time. Yallah Hurry up!’ he captioned the video.

‘Can I ask you a favour I’ve got some Lebanese bread could you wrap it in the Lebanese bread for me?’ He asked.

The female worker seemed highly amused by his request before adding ‘I wish they did that’.

‘With this you can’t go wrong,’ he said holding up his own pita bread out of the window. 

‘Come on please, for me – I wanna try it,’ he added.

Elias Abi-merhi managed to convince McDonalds drive-thru staff to make up his own version using the ingredients of the much-loved Big Mac along with his own pita bread

The drive-thru worker took the bread but said she was ‘going to get in trouble’.

But after an nervous few moments of waiting the very happy customer is handed his ‘Leb Mac’. 

‘They actually made it for me, the first Leb Mac, Sydney Australia look at that,’ he said. 

‘Youse are missing out,’ he says before taking another bite out of his tasty creation. 

Commenters could not believe he actually managed to convince the workers to make it up for him and many were keen to try it.

‘I feel like one now,’ one man said.

‘Haha they actually made it for you I’m dying,’ said another woman.  


‘Can I ask you a favour I’ve got some Lebanese bread could you wrap it in the Lebanese bread for me?’ Elias Abi-merhi (pictured right) asked handing it to her

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