In an aggressive attempt to diversify into new markets, fast food giants McDonald's now allow customers to super-duper-size their order by adding a car or minivan.
Customers shared their disappointment and anger about results.
"I can't believe this. They had all these pictures of nice shiny vehicles to choose from, but after I paid they brought round a minivan that was completely squished."
A spokesman for McDonald's seemed genuinely surprised at customer grievances.
"I don't understand. We put the same care and attention into our handling of autos as we do into making a Big Mac."
Consumer watchdog Allan Berkshire explains that this is exactly the problem.
"For too long people have accepted that the fast food they eat need look nothing like the luscious images projected to sell it. If more customers complained upon receipt that their Super-sized Number 2 looks exactly like a steaming pile of number 2, the burger industry would get the message."
McDonald's later released a statement to assure consumers.
"We've found the problem and have solved it. We will no longer stack automobiles that are waiting for delivery".