A McDonald's worker has been fired after being filmed offering a homeless man a burger - then throwing on the street in front of him.
The shocking footage shows the worker at a bus stop on Bromley High Street in south London last Sunday night.
Witnesses reported that the man had been seen rummaging through bins looking for food.
“This is my good deed of the day,” the worker says in the video as he approached the homeless man.
He offered the man the burger but did not give it to him.
"Do you want a cheeseburger?" the worker said to the homelessman.
But the worker instead throws the burger on the footpath in front of the homeless man while laughing.
A woman nearby says: "That’s horrible.”
The worker had brought the 99p burger with him from work, News Shopper reports.
“He tells them to record and everyone gets their phones out thinking he’s going to do something nice," the source told the website.
A McDonald's spokeswoman reportedly said it was disappointed with the video.
"We take incidents like this extremely seriously and this is not the kind of behaviour we would expect from any of our employees," the spokeswoman told the website.
"This member of staff has now been dismissed."