There was a technical glitch in McDonald's system, causing problems to customers around the world.

There was a technical glitch in McDonald's system, causing problems to customers around the world.

McDonald's: McDonald's informed on Friday that due to technical outage, operations have been disrupted at many of its outlets around the world including Japan, Britain and Australia. However, the company has ruled out the possibility of a cyber security incident.

McDonald's technical outage

A spokesperson for McDonald's Holdings Co. Japan said several McDonald's stores in Japan have stopped taking customer orders in person and via mobile phone due to a system glitch, adding that they are working to resume operations soon. Were staying. McDonald's said in a statement, "We are aware of this technical outage that has affected our restaurants; Now this problem is being solved."

The company informed that after a technical glitch, service has started again at their outlets in UK and Ireland. At the same time, McDonald's Australia also said that most of its restaurants have reopened.

Approximately 40,000 restaurants around the world

McDonald's, one of the world's most famous companies in the field of fast food, has about 40,000 restaurants across the world. According to the information received from the website of this company present in every region, there are more than 14,000 stores in the United States of America alone. McDonald's operates approximately 3,000 stores across Japan and approximately 1,000 stores in Australia.

It was not immediately clear how many stores were affected globally by the technical outage. McDonald's did not respond to a request for comment. According to media reports, it seems that this technical fault in McDonald's system has also affected customers in Hong Kong and New Zealand. People have complained about the problem at McDonald's outlets on social media.

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