iPhone Owner Sues McDonald's for Leaking Wife's Nude Photos
The image prompted outrage after going viral on social media and showing a shirtless man, with his face blurred, standing in a sink and washing himself. Several people claimed it was unhygienic and McDonald's have apologised to customers for the incident. A spokesperson for the company said the worker was cleaning himself up after colleagues covered him in cake during a farewell party. The party was held for a departing staff member who was leaving to do his national service in the military, the manager added. Taiwanese men are required to serve for a year once they reach the drafting age of 19, although the small island nation plans to scrap conscription next year. Management at the branch tried to reassure worried customers by saying it was a one-off incident and would enforce stricter monitoring in future.
Former McDonald's employee denies posting nude pictures
An Arkansas man on Friday filed a lawsuit against McDonald's, alleging a restaurant location uploaded nude photos of his wife onto a web site. In the suit, Phillip Sherman said he left his phone at a McDonald's location in Fayetteville, Arkansas, and that a manager promised the phone was secured for him to retrieve it. After picking up his iPhone, photos of Sherman's wife Tina Sherman made their way onto a web site — along with her name, address and contact information, the suit claims. Embarrassed the Shermans must be, because "Tina Sherman nude" is currently one of the hottest Google search terms. Of course, if their story is true, the Shermans could have avoided this embarrassment altogether if Tina hadn't e-mailed her husband nude photos in the first place. True, Steve Jobs wants you to treat the iPhone as "your life in your pocket," but given the iPhone's security flaws , you've got to draw the line somewhere, right? Updated 1 p.
A hoax most cruel: Caller coaxed McDonald's managers into strip-searching a worker
By Jerry Barmash For Dailymail. Shocking security camera video shows the moment a man and woman repeatedly punch a McDonald's drive-thru worker after a dispute over their bill. The couple are seen walking up to the drive-thru window before the man pulls open the drive-thru window and grabs at the attendant. The couple both start pummeling the fast food employee, and pull her by her hair. After 15 seconds or so, as seen on the video, the man and woman head back to their vehicle and flee the scene.
But he and James U. Smith III, who represents employers, said they've never heard of an employer strip-searching a worker and that it would be permissible only in the most limited settings, such as a defense plant entrusted with protecting military secrets. Experts on employment law say companies should train every new employee that they don't have to submit to a strip-search under any circumstance, regardless of who orders it.
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