While most visitors to Chicago's rudest hot dog shop come for a meal or the unique experience, some came on Saturday to meet one of the most well-known musicians in the world.
As Ed Sheeran manned the counter at The Wiener's Circle, the venerable Lincoln Park hot dog stand famed for its snarky employees, fans gathered there. The musician abruptly announced that he would be handing out free hot dogs at the venue on Saturday afternoon.
Sheeran was photographed by Telemundo Chicago interacting with fans and customers while grinning, something that the staff of the famous restaurant might not usually do.
Given that, it would seem that Sheeran fell short of expectations set by the industry.
"Our newest trainee @edsheeran has a lot to learn, he’s way too proper and friendly," the Wiener's Circle tweeted.
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