Singer sues McDonalds over ruined voice, claims her chicken sandwich had a piece of glassBy Angel Cuala on May 22, 2013 in Food, United States •
A singer sues McDonalds; claiming that she accidentally bit a piece of glass while eating a chicken sandwich she bought from the famous food chain in lower Manhattan three years ago. Jacqueline Simpson, 52, a gospel singer in Brooklyn, reportedly filed a case, saying that her voice was ruined because of the incident.
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According to a report on The New York Post on Friday, May 17, 2013, Simpson filed the lawsuit against McDonald’s in Brooklyn Supreme Court the day before it was reported. She said that the piece of glass was bigger than a penny, and that she bought it in a chain in Broadway near the World Trade Center in May 2010.
“Now when I sing, I have a hoarse, rattly voice. I still sing alto, but I can’t sing soprano like I used to. I have to make a lot of calls for work, and I have to tell people that I’m not a man. Before, that never happened.” Jacqueline Simpson was quoted telling to the paper. The amount of the suit was not disclosed.
There were no details provided as to how she approached the personnel of the food chain where she bought the chicken sandwich. There was also no photo released that shows the alleged piece of glass she found in the food. As of this writing, McDonald’s have not released any official comment on this issue.
Apparently, this is not the first time that someone complained about McDonald’s so-called unsanitized food. Back in May 2012, a Reddit user claimed that he found a dead insect attached to the McDonald’s potato cake that he was eating. The photo went viral, and McDonald’s never released their reaction.
Just last month, McDonald’s was put again into controversy after a certain David Whipple claimed that a McDonald’s burger he bought 14 years ago still looks fresh. The story was featured on the medical TV show “The Doctors,” where he told the doctors on the show that he never put the food inside the refrigerator.
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