A man who ordered 200 hash browns when he was told he couldn't order Chicken McNuggets for breakfast — and then did four laps in the McDonald's drive-thru — is charged with driving under the influence.When police arrived around 4:50 a.m., he was still outside the restaurant waiting for his hash browns,

The man was found to be three times the legal limit.

So many people asked why he couldn't get the nuggets that McDonald's was forced to explain on its website.

We only have the capacity to cook one set of products at a time.

Breakfast and main menu items cook at different temperatures and we need the same set of equipment to cook sausage and eggs and beef patties.

We also would not cook beef and pork on the same grill at the same time. There is limited space in the kitchen and we have the maximum amount of grills at the moment in all our restaurants

Well, that being said it stiil doesn't eplain why the guy couldn't get nuggets. I thought they were fried NOT cooked on the grill like sausage and eggs and beef patties.