The Irish travellers accused of causing chaos across the country have reportedly been involved in an incident with staff at a Hamilton Burger King.
The group, who sparked outrage after allegedly littering at an Auckland beach and abusing beachgoers, have made their way to Hamilton, where they tried to trade in their vehicles.
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While in the Waikato, the group reportedly made trouble at a local Burger King.
Six police staff and two uniformed immigration officers were apparently sent to the scene at 3pm on Tuesday.
Police told Newshub they were liaising with other government departments and speaking with a number of members of the group.
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The manager of the fast food outlet told Stuff the group were causing problems and walking through the drive through, although police wouldn't confirm it was the same group that caused issues in Auckland.
The group first sparked outrage on Sunday when they were spotted littering on Takapuna Beach and allegedly abused a woman questioning their behaviour.
Since then, multiple restaurant owners have come forward alleging the group refused to pay the bill for their meals.
According to the manager, a curry restaurant in Northcote has been left $250 out of pocket after the group refused to pay.