McDonald's operation VP apologizes for treatment of Down's patron
Kaohsiung, June 26 (CNA) A high-ranking executive of McDonald's Taiwan apologized Wednesday to a patron with Down's syndrome who was told to leave one of the fast food chain's restaurants in the southern port city of Kaohsiung last week.
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