STAFF in a fish and chips shop were left in hysterics after receiving a flirty delivery note from a customer.
A Just Eat customer placed the order at Rafo’s takeaway in Whitehall, Dublin – leaving a very special message for “tall, handsome fella who works there.”
The customer left the message for the ‘handsome’ employeeCredit: Rafos/Facebook
Staff at Rafo’s in Dublin posted the lusty delivery note on social media Credit: Rafos/Facebook
Alongside the order of battered chicken and chips, the customer put in a request to tell the “tall handsome fella” who works there that that “he is a fiiiine thing.”
The unnamed local even added two kisses to the end of the message after placing the order on Saturday evening.
The chippy then posted a photo of the amusing order on Facebook, breaking the bad news that the employee, named Bushi, is off the market.
They captioned the post: “Someone was a fan of one of our staff last night on Just Eat.
“Ladies, we are sorry to disappoint but our Bushi is married.”
The hilarious note has been seen by hundreds of people online, with one person joking that Bushi was behind the whole thing, writing: “Bushi writin messages to himself again.”
Another person wrote: “This is how you find a man.”
Meanwhile, the boss of McDonald’s has apologised to customers who have been turned away from drive-thrus and unable to get deliveries in recent days.
In an email to customers, Paul Pomroy also warned orders may take longer to process so staff can operate safely by “slowing things down”.
The fast food chain stopped serving takeaways for walk-in customers in England last week after the country was plunged into a national lockdown.
Pubs and restaurants are allowed to continue to serve takeaways but the burger giant stopped the service while it reviews whether any extra safety measures are needed.
McDelivery and drive-thru services are still going ahead but some fans have complained they haven’t been able to access them.
The First Minister met with the Scottish Cabinet this morning to discuss further potential curbs as the country remains in lockdown with a “stay-at-home” order in place.
The crunch talks come after Boris Johnson met with his own Cabinet to discuss whether to impose tougher lockdown measures in England.
Under Scotland’s plans, takeaways and click and collect services could be scrapped to stop the virus spreading.
This would mean retailers are banned from offering collection services at stores, but home deliveries from stores and takeaways are expected to be allowed.