Ever get any crazy people coming in? Angry people, mothers, kids on field trips? Who's the most prudent, rude customer you can remember coming across? Do teenagers ever come in and do annoying things (ex. pushing over chairs, playing loudly in the play-place)? What signals the turning point for when it gets too out of hand, and how do you deal with it (assuming you've had to before)? How about stories of employees? My brother's in high school, and during the summer, he'll work the night shift at McDonald's. It's him and some girl, so due to the low traffic, they'll often end up getting bored, and having sex. Although this does sound like a product of pure fantasy, I can't help but wonder... have you heard of anything similar to that happening? Also, whenever a fast-food IAmA of some sort comes along, I can never help but to think of [this](http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jnlZnjHraTg) particular situation...The craziest thing I've ever seen happen while I was on shift was a couple of nuns walking in and ordering food (original chicken sandwich, for reference). Angry people come in all the time, and up to a certain point we'll tolerate it, but after that, we'll *** with you. Nobody I know has ever put bodily fluids into food, but there's other ways we can mess with it. As for stories of employees, I know of at least one employee who closed by himself, so he took his papers to work and rolled up em right there in the kitchen. Oh, and since the burger king I work at doesn't have a play-place, it's a lot less clean up/watching people. Everything can be seen from the front counter.