NEW YORK -- Some of the McDonald's franchises in New York are setting time limits for their customers who dine in.
According to WPIX, a McDonald’s in Flushing, Queens gives their customers 20 minutes to gobble down their meal.
Some are overstaying their welcome, and the restaurant is trying to give them the boot.
It was reported that the fast food franchise is complaining that clusters of seniors linger for hours as they nurse a coffee or share a bag of fries while chatting with each other.
They say it hurts business.
Other McDonald's franchises say teenagers are the problem and tend to hang out at the fast food joint when there's no where else to go.
Similar policies have been implemented at other McDonald's locations around the country.
Read more: WPIX