A former prison sergeant in Minnesota was sentenced to be an inmate in 120 days in jail by seven years of probation after he was discovered exchanging a McDonald's mean for sex from a female prisoner he was transporting.
McDonald's readjusted the reopening schedule of some dining rooms across the United States as the COVID-19 pandemic has directly affected many businesses in terms of operation and production. McDonald's was not spared.
"Spare Parts'" final half hour, arguably its most interesting, is also its most predictable and not until the final epilogue, which details these characters' outcomes, does the viewer actually feel invested in the four teenagers. There is no doubt that the intentions (aside from the horrific McDonald's commercial) are sincere in highlighting the achievement of Latinos. But unfortunately this film offers nothing new that has not been seen before. Clocking in at almost two hours, the movie almost feels like it is being forced down the viewer's throats as a way to make people feel sorry for Latinos rather than celebrate their greatness. Any attempts at cultural authenticity falter because the film relies so heavily on the tired stereotypes to represent its characters. There was certainly a great story here, but the execution is as poor as it gets making "Spare Parts" live up to its title as another throwaway movie.
Ordering a Happy Meal from a McDonald's drive-thru in Pittsburgh made customers a lot happier than a regular cheeseburger ought to. The reason for the extra smiles is that customers were ordering more than a free toy; they were also ordering heroin.
Everyone has failed in the kitchen before. We've all burnt the toast, overcooked the roast, undercooked the cake or even confused sugar for flour or oil for water. This list of Biggest Food Fails, however, is so extreme, that it may make you re-consider ever going to these establishments again. Even the biggest food companies can make grave mistakes when it comes to making sure their products are customer-friendly. Here are some high-profile cases of food fail. Beware: this list contains 100% of the daily recommended value of controversy.