Bagpipes music at McDonald’s On Broadway

January 03, 2020  •  Leave a Comment

People living in Midtown Sacramento are getting an earful from a close by McDonald's that is impacting relentless bagpipe music. 

It should ward the destitute off, however occupants state it's making them insane. 

This story isn't about music to the ears. CBS13 got some information about the bagpipe music blasting from amplifiers and they answered, "What bagpipes?" The drive-thru eatery at Broadway and 24th is open every minute of every day, and a few neighbors were moved to whine about the sound originating from its dividers. 

"The primary couple of days they had it on every minute of every day. In the event that we wouldn't have said anything or revealed it to the police, they would have had that thing going on still," Arnold Phillips said. 

Phillips lives over the road and says it's creation him insane. 

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"It really infiltrates through the dividers. We can hear it [when] I'm attempting to sit in front of the TV or anything that and it's experiencing that," Phillips said. 

The music is proposed to drive the destitute away and doesn't give off an impression of being working. 

"I believe it's a crazy move to make rather than really managing the issue," Kiara Reede said. 

Weaponized sound is the same old thing. A 7-Eleven in West Hollywood circles traditional music and a 7-Eleven in Sacramento supplanted old style with a high pitch tone. But here at Broadway, it's "pouring bagpipes" again and again and over once more. 

"It latches onto your subconscious mind when you're heading off to some place else not even in this area since you've heard it for such a long time," Phillips said. 

Arnold wishes he could pull the fitting. He's even conversed with café the executives. 

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"They said they'd converse with corporate individuals up higher. That is all they said they could do truly," Phillips said. 

Solicitations for input from CBS13 failed to receive any notice, however Arnold's first floor neighbor Nate Dewitt had his secured. 

"You know, I turn off the leaf blower and I could at present hear the bagpipes coming and it's simply steady," Dewitt said. 

Supporters who ate at the café on Friday were not satisfied with the commotion. 

"It was hostile to me since it was simply so irritating," Susan Smart said. 

Do what you will to pester the destitute, yet keeping neighbors cheerful isn't that simple.


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