FLEP Singers Serenade an Order to a McDonald's Cashier

By: Tisah Tucknott - Published: Jul 3, 2009   Updated: Aug 11 2011 • References: & zoomdoggle
Three singers were documented in New Zealand ordering from a McDonald's by way of song. Apparently the singers are part of an association called the Family Life Education Pasefika (FLEP), which uses various types of media to enhance dialogue. The team uses music, drama and dance to bring together communities in the the Pacific.

Check out the video for a good laugh, as the cashier even tries to join in on the fun.

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