McDonald's plays classical music to ease tensions

The McDonald's branch in Glasgow's Argyle Street played classical music in a bid to ease tension among customers.

McDonald's plays classical music to ease tensions

McDonald's played classical music at one of its restaurants in a bid to ease tension among customers.

The fast-food branch in Glasgow's Argyle Street has developed an unwelcome reputation for trouble, and so bosses at the country's busiest branch have turned to the likes of Bach and Handel.

One customer told the Daily Record newspaper: "We heard classical music being played the other night and it was actually quite pleasant.

"It's better than the kind of rave music we've heard before so I think they may be on to something."

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