McDonald's in Australia imposes customer dress code saying 'no shirt, no shoes, no service'

'For the comfort of all customers we request shirts and shoes to be worn when in store please'

A suburban McDonald's in Australia has introduced a dress code requiring customers to wear shirts and shoes to get served.

The branch in Oak Wood, Melbourne suprised regulars with a sign stating: "No shirts, No shoes, No service."

This sign was then replaced with a more polite notice saying: "For the comfort of all customers we request shirts and shoes to be worn when in store please."

Customers expressed shock at the dress code, claiming it contradicts recent McDonald's adverts which show bikini and bermuda short-wearing surfers buying Big Macs.

A McDonald's spokesperson told 9news: "Our Oak Park restaurant had a number of customers coming in wet from the nearby pool which posed a slip hazard.

“The sign has now been removed and we are looking into alternate safety measures.”

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