The six-second video had many in the comments discussing the need for better working conditions for those in the food industry.
"It's that feeling of dread when you know you've f***ed up really bad, and you know you need to fix it yourself but you ... can't."
As the result of the prior accident, a Honda flew into the restaurant, injuring those inside both vehicles and a number of people inside the establishment.
"You still love that chicken from Popeyes?" the man filming the video asks.
The restaurant chain famed for its tight uniforms has backtracked after female employees said they would rather quit than wear the company's skimpy new shorts.
Madison County Sheriff's Office said 28-year-old Eward Wiliam Rodriguez was under the influence of drugs and alcohol at the time of the incident.
Subway told Newsweek they "take health and food safety extremely seriously and don't condone any behavior that violates our strict policies."
Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers has sent office workers to the frontline of its restaurants as it looks for more staff.
The dish is made up of raw beef and raw egg yolk, but the customer asked for it to be cooked after they received it.
The server claimed that the customer had been annoyed over a small amount of juice spilt on their shoe.
Internet star Salt Bae has just opened a new restaurant in London and social media users are shocked by the prices.
Video shows a man being dragged out of the restaurant by security guards while a woman shouts "brutality."
The three robots take guests to tables, bring out orders and even serenade diners with "Happy Birthday." The owner said the robots cost him $8 to $10 a day to operate.
"You messed up my order, and then I come and I complain and you just get ignorant.... This is going right on Facebook," the customer said.
As employees from both fast-food chains give behind-the-scenes looks online at how they make their fries, the difference between the two is clear.
The sign told customers that any phones filming on the conveyor belt will end up in a commercial dishwasher.
The video shared by a Five Guys cook has shown just how surprisingly fresh the fries are, especially from a fast food restaurant.
The controversial recipe calls for green beans, mozzarella, garlic and red wine vinegar.
"Y'all pray for these understaffed stores," wrote the TikToker in her video.
Cassidy Tweedt shared her own anecdote from working as a bartender both before and after gaining weight, and explained the harsh differences in the way customers now treat her.
Meredith Steele was able to tip thousands to a gay waiter who had been given church leaflets instead of tips.
Raina Huang, who is known for her competitive eating content on YouTube, was not allowed to attempt the restaurant's pizza challenge.
The Butlers' Tuesday celebration took a serious turn when police officers showed up to investigate.
Steak 48 in Philadelphia says each customer must spend at least $100, not including tax or tip.
A West Maui man said he was assaulted by a Florida man after telling the family they needed to wear masks while on vacation in Hawaii.
The teenager was located by police on Wednesday afternoon and taken to the Jersey City Medical Center.
The TikTok user joked about her friend eating McDonald's fries because she was "too broke" for the restaurant.
The Dream Burger features a double smash patty with American cheese, lettuce, mayo, double pickles and extra bacon, topped with smashed avocado.
The video shared to the Staten Island bar's Facebook page shows one of the owners ripping up summonses and questioning deputies.
An impatient customer at the popular pastry chain lashes out against employees and patrons behind her on line.