Get ready for a stunning story fresh off the grill! Melanie Collett, a previous employee at McDonald's, recently disclosed that she resigned from her job because she believed she was "too attractive" to flip burgers. It's true! Melanie thought that her good looks were going to waste at McDonald's, and she is currently earning a significant amount of money by modeling lingerie on OnlyFans. What a remarkable transition in her career!
An employee of McDonald's has admitted to quitting the company because she believed that she was "too attractive" to work as a burger flipper.
Due to her stunning looks, 20-year-old Melanie Collett from Edinburgh sensed that her colleagues, superiors, and even patrons evaluated her differently.
According to the brunette, while working in the fast food industry, her managers instructed her to purchase items from Boots to remove her makeup and fake nails.
Since leaving her job that paid her $7 per hour, Melanie has been earning a substantial income on OnlyFans. It's possible for her to earn up to $1,805 in a single day on the platform.
"Most of my colleagues flirted with me and a few of them had said to me I should do OnlyFans before I left," she told The Sun.
"And a couple of them buy my content now.
"But my manager hated me.
"I'm sure it's because I was pretty."
"He was a horrible bully of a man but I never let him put me down."
The stunning model would always wear her makeup and eyelashes to work because of the dress code requirements. She also made sure to wear her uniform while on the job.
"We all had to wear the same outfit but I would always make sure I had my makeup done or eyelashes," she added.
"I did used to get my nails done but they used to make me walk round to Boots to get acetone to take them off."
However, the focus on her beauty was not limited to her coworkers.
The adult model disclosed that customers of various ages, particularly younger ones, were highly attracted to her.
She recounted a situation when she was working at McDonald's and an elderly patron told her that she was "too beautiful" to be working there. Surprisingly, the customer was a loyal fan of the fast food restaurant.
Melanie adds: "An old man actually came through the drive through in a fancy car once and told me I'm too pretty to work there.
"He said I should leave with him", Melanie said.
"I said no but we did always have a joke with it."