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McDonald’s to Discourage Drunk Late Night Fights by Playing Classical Music

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McDonald’s hopes some classical music won’t stop people from coming Bach.

In an effort to curb rowdy behavior from customers after a late night at the bars, a Mickey D’s in Stockport, England has decided to play classical music.

The hope is that the music will keep customers calm or at least convince them to go away, since the tunes most likely don’t fit their raging moods.

A town spokesman said the idea is music to his ears, noting, “The classical music clearly differentiates between the nightclub atmosphere that some customers have just left and the more serene family restaurant that McDonald’s aims to provide.”

[Daily Mail]

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