Protesters bash McDonald's for treatment of patron with Downs
Taipei, June 25 (CNA) More than 100 protesters rallied outside McDonald's headquarters in Taipei Tuesday, demanding that the fast-food chain's CEO formally apologize to a patron with Down's Syndrome who was asked to leave one of its restaurants in Kaohsiung.
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