Why do you hate fast food?
Posted April 03, 2018 15:02:47 It’s not just the cheap stuff, it’s the stuff you don’t want to pay for.
The fast food sector is a magnet for bad behaviour and bad people.
It is also a sector that does not offer a decent service.
I hate fast foods.
If you have an opinion about them, then I suggest you take a closer look at your own.
This week, a number of Australian cities have reported an increase in crimes against fast food outlets.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) reported a 25 per cent increase in reported incidents of theft of takeaway food, which included restaurant meals, takeaway pizzas, takeaway chips, takeaway desserts and takeaway food that was stolen or left at an unauthorised location.
“In the past, we have seen this increase from a very low level, to a much higher level,” said ACCC commissioner Rob Bailey.
A few days ago, a man in a fast food restaurant was caught stealing a pizza from a woman’s car, leaving her unable to get back home.
He has been charged with a total of six offences.
Another man in the same fast food outlet was caught leaving a food item at a bar in Sydney, which caused another woman to fall ill and needed hospital treatment.
Police have also been notified of several incidents in which people left a fast-food restaurant unattended, causing damage, while another woman suffered a heart attack while sitting in a restaurant car park.
It’s not all bad news.
There is a lot of good news in the news this week, including that Australians will soon be able to pay with their mobile phones, which will mean they won’t need to hold their phones in their pockets and walk through a cash register.
Forget the $200,000 Apple Watch.
Instead, Australians can pay with a mobile phone or a smartwatch, which is just one of the many ways Australians can make sure they have food and drink on hand when they go out.
On Friday, Australians will be able buy groceries online, using the new mobile phone app.
Australia’s new mobile payments platform will allow consumers to pay their bills with a simple swipe, as well as use the mobile phone to pay when they travel.
In Melbourne, consumers can pay their rent online using a smartphone, and pay their water bills using the smartphone app.