Mom Tears Into McDonald’s Over Inappropriate Questions In Their Horrible Interview For Her Teen Daughter

Your first job interview is one of the scariest and most terrifying experiences you’ll ever have. The stress is nerve-racking, and it will get the best of you!

Rita Price of Manoora, Australia claimed that a McDonald’s manager made her 16-year-old daughter’s first job interview absolutely terrible. She immediately aired her frustration against the manager who allegedly prodded her daughter – on Facebook.

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According to Pryce’s Facebook post, the manager asked her daughter absurd questions including “do you think you’re beautiful?”

Pryce’s daughter felt awfully uncomfortable and answered: “Uh, I guess ya.” The manager then followed by saying, ‘Well that’s what YOU make of it.’

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And this is just one of the inappropriate instances that took place during the course of the interview.

Pryce alleges that the member of staff asked her even more inappropriate and racist questions after he found out that she was from an island in Torress Strait. He revealed his stereotypical mentality by asking,  “What is two plus two?” After receiving the answer “four,” he then answered, “Yep, that’s four in our country too.”

The berate continued with him asking her “Sixteen and still no job?”

Pryce’s daughter just couldn’t hold back her tears when the manager mocked her for describing herself as bubbly!

“Bubbly? Should I just stop you there and end this interview?” he said.

Understandably angered by the behavior, Pryce filed a complaint immediately.

“Those inappropriate questions left my daughter feeling sexually harassed and racially vilified,” Pryce said.

As a result of this call-out, the manager is currently on leave. And McDonald’s now requires two staff members to be present during interviews at all times.

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