posted on Mar, 3 2009 @ 11:04 PM
reply to post by Marked One
I am sure no one will agree with me, and her use of 911 was not right use. But, the cops should have arrested the employee from McDonald's for
STEALING, Theft by Deception, and fraud. That woulda woke up the dimwitted employee who obviously, as the story states, violated McDonald's rules on
giving a refund.
It is against the law to sell something you don't own and to keep the money, funny none of you seemed to pick up on that fact. You prefer to think
it's over chicken nuggets and not outright theft and fraud by McDonald's. I personally hope some unscrupulous attorney has already contacted this
woman and is ready to file charges against McDonald's. If hot coffee is worth 1 million, theft should be worth 10 million. Besides I bet no
McDonald's employee would ever ever ever tell a customer they couldn't have their money back again if McDonald's paid for this blatant fraud,
deception and theft.
If it had been me, they would have been arresting me for assault not 911 calls... To all of you that think it's OK for corporations to defraud and
steal from hard working Americans, shame on you...