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A 'disgusting' new trend has emerged where young Australians are mocking McDonald's staff and uploading videos of their encounters to .<br>A tradie named Dylan posted a video of himself replacing the processed Filet-O-Fish hoki patty with a dead fish - before attempting to pass it off to McDonald's staff as their mistake.<br>The female worker dismisses the attempt, saying she was aware of the viral trend.<br>'Yeah, real funny guys.  I've seen it on TikTok, not tonight,' she replies.<br>              (image:  )    A disgusting new trend has emerged where young Australians are mocking McDonald's staff by replacing burger patties with fish<br>The clip shows the young man standing in a high-vis vest outside a McDonald's restaurant, opening the burger to reveal the dead fish inside.<br>Dylan then walks inside the chain and up to a staff member where he claims to have a complaint.<br>He again opens the burger for her, before she immediately recognises what he's doing.<br>      (image:  )    A tradie named Dylan posted a video of himself replacing a fillet-o-fish protein with a dead fish - before attempting to pass it off to Maccas staff as their mistake<br>'That's funny guys, it didn't come from here,' she says.<br>'It's real funny, not tonight, we're busy.'<br>Australians weren't impressed with Dylan's attempted joke and stood up for the hospitality worker.<br>'Grow up mate, that's not funny,' a man replied.<br>In a response to Daily Mail Australia, a spokeswoman from McDonald's said: 'We can assure our customers, our Filet-O-Fish comes scaled, cooked and delicious.' <br><div class="art-ins mol-factbox news" data-version="2" id="mol-29d88430-184c-11ed-b8ef-03662bb38ea3" website trend takes off in Australia but it&apos;s ruining workers&apos; days
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