Someone working in the UPMC Cooper Fieldhouse in Pittsburgh was hungry and looking to get some McDonald's last night during the Loyola Chicago vs Duquesne game.

The only problem was whoever ordered the food and drink from Mickey D's didn't give good enough instructions.

Minutes into the second half of the Duquesne's men's basketball game against Loyola Chicago, a delivery driver wandered onto the court with a bag of food with an Uber Eats sticker on the side.

The driver looked lost, and after looking around the arena, decided to walk right behind the play, spooking the referee and delaying the game.

Check it out:

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The food got to where it was supposed to go, apparently, the guy running the video board had ordered the McDonald's.

Sickos Committee via Twitter
Sickos Committee via Twitter

At the end of the game, the final score was Duquesne beating Loyola Chicago 72-58, breaking the two-game losing streak for the Dukes.

Hopefully the driver got a big tip for his troubles.

This could've been a well-planned publicity stunt, but until we know for sure, we're enjoying it anyway.

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