He is just completely awful.
If you're ready for your daily dose of awfulness, hit 'play' (below).
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Not everyone is a fan of McDonald's new hunky Hamburglar they unveiled last week in a viral marketing campaign — especially the OG Hamburglar!
That's right! The "original gangster" McDonald's character is makes his return! The beef-thief is featured in a new project from a group called Rogue Creatives!
In the independently filmed commercial, the Hamburglar is released from prison and is picked up by Ronald and Grimace. His boys know exactly what he wants, as they give him a juicy quarter pounder right when he steps in the car!
Brett Landry, who is affiliated with Rogue Creatives, had this to say about the project:
Pizza wasn't always a staple of the American diet, but then delivery was invented and changed EVERYTHING!
Today it's probably the easiest meal to get — place an order over the phone or on your computer, have fresh hot 'za in less than an hour.
Now Domino's is attempting to streamline the process like never before — using Twitter! They tweeted:
Last week, McDonald's unveiled new hunky human Hamburglar, and the internet has since been swooning over the thieving DILF!
With this immediate marketing success, it's easy to see how the beefy beef-thief hijacked Micky D's Twitter, aside from the fact that he's a criminal mastermind.
The burger-napper's social media takeover doesn't stop there; he has also taken to Snapchat! Hopefully, he won't snap pictures of any hostage situation in exchange for the new Sirloin Burger that sprung him out of hiding!
McDonald's also posted another commercial featuring
McDonald's old lovable character the Hamburglar is back — and he is a total DILF!
The Hamburglar grew into his looks, no longer is he a creepy ginger thief who looks like he escaped a penitentiary! In fact, the internet is SWOONING over the steamy burger-napper!
McDonald's explained the villain's resurgence might have something to do with their limited release of the Sirloin Third Pound Burger! The company explained: