Police were called to a protest at a Burger King restaurant this afternoon in Auckland's Queen Street where Unite Union members and some Burger King staff are currently rallying against the fast food chain.
The protestors claimed that Burger King is exploiting and bullying its young workers.
Union spokesman Mike Treen claims Burger King's treatment of staff is unacceptable as it keeps 75 percent of its workers on the minimum wage, making it the lowest paying fast food chain in the country.
"Workers and Unite Union people are taking a protest against Burger King's treatment of its workers to the stores so we went into a couple of stores on Queen St in Auckland and we're on our way to the third store."
Mr Treen says the protesters are going into all of the central Auckland restaurants this afternoon to make their voices heard.
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