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McDonald's store blasts bagpipe music for 24 HOURS a day to ward off homeless people - but the incessant blaring has left its Sacramento neighbors fed up A McDonald's restaurant in Sacramento, California blasted bagpipe music to ward off homeless people from outside its restaurant 24/7, say residents   The restaurant in Sacramento's midtown resorted to the tactic after others did the same. A 7 Eleven in played classical to achieve the same results Similarly, a 24-hour convenience store in Sacramento replaced the classics with a high-pitch tone Apparently, contacting cops helped to stop the bagpipes, said neighbor Arnold Phillips. 'The first couple of days they had it on 24/7,' he said 'If we wouldn't have said anything or reported it to the police, they would have had that thing going on still,' he adds. 

By Ralph R. Ortega For Dailymail.com

Published: 23:12 GMT, 6 January 2020 | Updated: 23:40 GMT, 6 January 2020

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A 24-hour McDonald's in California unsuccessfully blasted bagpipe music to ward of homeless people from outside its restaurant, infuriating neighbors instead. 

The McDonald's in midtown Sacramento played the Scottish woodwinds music 24/7, but the homeless people were visibly still sticking around.

Finally, the music stopped when neighbors complained. 

'If we wouldn't have said anything or reported it to the police, they would have had that thing going on still,' said Arnold Phillips, who lives across the street, reports KOVR. 

This McDonald's in midtown Sacramento, California, resorted to broadcasting bagpipe music to ward off homeless people from outside the restaurant

The broadcasts of the Scottish, woodwinds, however, didn't seem to work since homeless people were visibly still hanging around the restaurant

The broadcasts of the Scottish, woodwinds,

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