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Britney Spears wants to be left alone and sob. The singer has slammed an unnamed fast food employee as she took to Instagram on Saturday following a visit to a franchise of the burger joint chain, Jack in the Box.

The "Toxic" singer took issue with a drive-thru attendant as they offered her pity after noticing she'd been "crying" in her car just seconds before she pulled up to the window, reports "The Mirror".

Britney, 41, was left irritated by their reassurance that everything was "gonna be okay" despite them having no knowledge of her situation.

As the fast food worker isn't a member of Britney's family, she suggested that he was being invasive.

According to "The Mirror", the star also took the chance to reveal that she has began incorporating meditation into her everyday life. Sharing a picture titled "Dancing for the Bear" from Paris in 1961, she penned a note on her new lifestyle.

She said: "Falling deep into yourself ... I say all this because I try to make effort to take care of myself. Normally I forget to eat … I wait way too long and I'm too sensitive so if anything goes wrong at the house it's like the world has ended."

"The Mirror" further states that after explaining her tendency to forget to eat, Britney explained that she had gotten into her car to go to 'Jack in the Box'.

She penned: "So l got in my car yesterday and I cried ... I cried so damn hard but geez, my car is my spaceship (rocket ship emoji) ... it's where I have my best interests, thoughts, creative urges, ideas, it's spiritual ... totally spiritual and we're all in this together on the road. (car emoji)..."

Britney admitted that it was her first time going to the fast food restaurant and her excitement at trying something new.

Spears then said she decided to have a meal at the fast food outlet saying. "Holy hog heavens I got a cookies and cream milkshake with a double cheeseburger."

It seemed to be all going well until Britney confessed that she had been crying and thought it had gone unnoticed. The employee who apparently noticed that she was distressed said 'It was gonna be ok' which offended the star since, according to Spears, he did not know her.

Fans were quick to tell Britney that they thought 'Jack in the Box Man' had good intentions and were supportive of the anonymous fast food worker in the comments.