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Josiah Vargas, who is known as @dookiedoeboy on TikTok, had quite the story to tell about a recent McDonald’s run.

In a video, he explained that he wanted a sausage McMuffin but he ended up receiving will certainly raise some eyebrows.

Photo: TikTok/@dookiedoeboy

The video has received more than 2.3 million views already, as people are loving this amazing story, and rightfully so. It is one of the more astonishing things that we have seen recently.

So, what did they end up giving him? “What’s in this bag? Their f–king deposits,” Vargas says to the audience, as he opens the bag and sees all of the Ziploc bags that are filled with cash. “Just a couple thousand dollars here,” he continued. “Like, what is this? Why would they do this?” We are right there with you, man. This makes no sense to us at all.

Photo: TikTok/@dookiedoeboy

In case you are wondering, Josiah decided that he was going to do the right thing. While there are many who probably would have held onto this cash, he was not about to leave them in the lurch. “Now I have to return this because I’m a good person, I guess,” he said. He sounded reluctant but we understand why he made this decision.

He did not share the restaurant’s location and he quickly turned the car around to bring the cash back. “Why would you guys do this to me? Do you know how bad I want this money?” Josiah seemed to be asking himself as he got out of the vehicle. Once he brought the money back to them, they were overjoyed but Josiah could not resist poking a little fun at them.

Photo: TikTok/@dookiedoeboy

He asked them if they were engaging in money laundering but they were too relieved to be bothered. A staffer even told him that she wanted to hug him and get a picture with him.

“They were just all hugging me and thanking me and crying, and I get free McDonald’s for a month, I guess,” Vargas shared.


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♬ original sound – Josiah Vargas

Josiah also claimed that he was given a $200 reward, but people wanted to bless him even further. His sister started a GoFundMe to raise money for him, given his recent fandom and good heart.