Written by PETA
Earlier this year, we shared a selection of the bad behavior that seems to crop up frequently at McDonald's restaurants, prompted by the story of a woman who went berserk at the drive-through window when she was denied McNuggets. But her nugget-driven nastiness was just the tip of the proverbial iceberg. Consider the following incidents, just from the past few months:
What could be causing this epidemic of violence? Are these folks just that addicted to the taste of cruelty—or is it some kind of karmic payback for McDonald's callous refusal to require its U.S. and Canadian suppliers to adopt a less cruel method of chicken slaughter?
We're sure that none of you eat at McDonald's, but be sure to tell everyone you care about to stay away from those golden arches for their own safety—and for animals' sake!
Written by Jeff Mackey
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