“LETHAL”, "awful" and “dangerous” — that’s how diners have described the steep ramp at McDonald’s after one customer had a near miss at the restaurant. 

Bosses at the fast-food restaurant have sent plans to the council to make the ramp less steep.

One resident commented on the proposal claiming to have slipped at the front of the eatery.

They wrote: “The current ramp design is incredibly dangerous, particularly when wet.

“It is inaccessible to many as well as causing a danger to even the most able of walkers.

“I slipped and as a result, suffered from whiplash.

“This work needs to be done as soon as possible.”

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It appears this incident was not a one-off. 

Readers told the News about their own difficulties and near misses with the ramp — here's what they said: 

Bracknell News:

It is dangerous! My husband is in a manual wheelchair is extremely hard for him to tackle the ramp without tipping back

I slipped on the way in this week and myself and my son fell on top of each other coming out. It’s so dangerous.

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I have slipped on that lots of times almost fell over once when I was heavily pregnant if it wasn't for my husband who helped me just in time!!

Bracknell News:

We have found it lethal when wet and we both slipped and almost fell over

I have serious knee problems and I find it almost impossible to go down that awful slope. Very dangerous.

Bracknell News:

Others reacted with their thoughts on the restaurant, which has caused controversy for other reasons after it moved from Eagle Lane to its current spot on High Street.

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Bracknell News:

There’s nothing good about the new McDonald’s!

Nothing but problems since they moved - (they) should have stayed put!

I hate the new place. No room to order properly and nowhere to stand really once you've ordered.

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The restaurant's planning application is yet to be decided by Bracknell Forest Council.