McDonald’s sued over nude photos

A US couple is suing McDonald’s for $3 million after nude photos of the woman, which were on her husband’s mobile phone, ended up on the internet.

Phillip Sherman says he accidentally left his phone, with the photos, at a McDonald’s in Fayetteville, Arkansas.

He says staff promised to secure the phone until he could retrieve it.

Tina Sherman says she began receiving offensive calls and text messages about the pictures from her husband’s mobile phone after he left it at the McDonald’s on 5 July.

The couple then discovered that the nude pictures she had sent to her husband’s phone had been posted online.

I never spent much time in retail; but, I can sympathize with the McDonald’s manager who hired the dummy who did this. After sifting through the wealth of high-school drop-outs and undocumentados lined up to work there.

One thought on “McDonald’s sued over nude photos

  1. K B says:

    …the wealth of high-school drop-outs and undocumentados lined up to work there.

    I’ve always wondered what would happen if McDonald’s increased its wages (and thereby improved its work force), turned off the blasted music (and even television in some places, for god’s sake!), adjusted the thermostat to be comfortable for humans, created an environment conducive to– dare I say it– READING, and quit catering to noisy, disruptive children.

    I ask myself these questions about all fast food establishments. I think the restaurants assume that the wage increase alone would drive them out of business. My guess is that, instead, people with money to spend might actually start going there.

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