McDonald's Customers Met With 4-Legged Scammer A dog named Princess was caught by her owner hanging outside McDonald's scamming customers out of their cheeseburgers.

McDonald's Customers Met With 4-Legged Scammer

McDonald's Customers Met With 4-Legged Scammer

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A dog named Princess was caught by her owner hanging outside McDonald's scamming customers out of their cheeseburgers.

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene with a warning to the people of Oklahoma City. Don't be fooled. If you've ordered at McDonald's and have your cheeseburger, leave. Ignore that stray dog looking longingly at you hoping for a bite. That is no stray. That is Princess, whose owner caught her in the act in a now-viral video. She leaves home, walks to Mickey D's, puts on her sad face and gets people to give her chunks of cheeseburger. We will not be outsmarted by this dog. Take a stand, Oklahoma City. It's MORNING EDITION.

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