Real-life Hamburglar steals nuggets and burgers from McDonald’s in New York

A real Hamburglar is wanted by police for stealing more than two dozen nuggets and two double cheeseburgers from a McDonald’s in the Bronx in a stabbing last week.

The alleged thief threatened employees at the Mount Eden restaurant with a blade before casually walking behind the counter and helping himself to fast food around 4:30 p.m. last Monday, police said.

According to police, he allegedly grabbed a 20-piece chicken McNugget, a six-piece McNugget and two McDouble cheeseburgers before running from the chain restaurant at 101 East 170th St.

In video released by the NYPD, the suspect can be seen using his sticky fingers to swing his feet across the counter and walk past stunned employees before grabbing the food and stuffing it into his pockets.

Robbery suspect at the McDonalds counter
The suspect allegedly stole nuggets and burgers from Mount Eden McDonald’s on December 5.
A robbery suspect holds two wrapped burgers behind the counter at a McDonald's restaurant
Employees stood by and watched as he went behind the counter and stuffed double cheeseburgers into his pockets.
The robbery suspect puts two wrapped burgers in his pockets behind the counter of the McDonalds restaurant
The alleged thief stole a 20-piece Chicken McNugget, a 6-piece McNugget and two McDouble Cheeseburgers, according to police.

The real Hamburglar traded the McDonald’s character’s black and white striped outfit, wide-brimmed hat and eye mask for an Astros jersey, bandana and medical face mask, according to footage.

The knife robbery came months after a Brooklyn McDonald’s employee was shot in the neck over an argument over cold fries. Matthew Web, 23, died days after the August shooting.

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JACLYN DIAZ

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