McDonald's customers create fake poster to hang in restaurant promoting racial diversity

McDonald's customers create fake poster to hang in restaurant promoting racial diversity

McDonald's customers create fake poster to hang in restaurant promoting racial diversity

The fake McDonald's poster that 21-year-old student Jevh Maravilla shared on Twitter on Monday is the absolute flawless example of this.

On July 13, Maravilla, Toledo and friends snuck the over-sized poster into the Pearland McDonald's and proceeded to hang it on the wall without being detected.

With the help of some friends, they put the poster up on a wall at the restaurant without anyone noticing. So one day, my bud Christian and I were eating at McDonald's, munching on some snack wraps.

Start the day off right with a viral prank at the expense of no one but a major American corporation.

After the finished product arrived, they created a cover in order to hang it on the wall.

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A group of friends from Texas were so frustrated by what they call the lack of "equal racial representation" in billboards inside McDonald's stores that they chose to take matters into their own hands, shooting their own campaign and covertly hanging it up in the store.

The poster, which they conceptualized, made use of a photo they themselves took; they added a logo of the fast food chain to further make it look like one of the restaurant's authentic posters.

The stunt has since gone viral on Twitter, with more than 560,000 likes and 140,000 retweets to date.

McDonald's did not immediately respond to Fox News' request for comment as to whether or not the poster will be kept up. "We applaud these students" creativity and hope to see them in our restaurants again soon'.

"I kind of hope they will ask us to be representative models for them", said Maravilla, "Like, for Asian men".

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