How to make your meals full of protein source NBC News title 7 things you need to know about the ‘toxic’ food additive used to make the ‘sugar free’ version of McDonald’s article A California man is suing McDonald’s for $8 million after his friend found a piece of his intestines on a bag of fries at a fast-food restaurant.
According to a lawsuit filed in California’s state Superior Court, Justin Witherspoon, 33, said he was on a “high” while at the McDonald’s in Long Beach, California, on April 13, 2019.
The lawsuit alleges that the restaurant’s owner told him he would have to put the food in a plastic bag before eating it, but Withers was too nervous to take his usual order.
The lawsuit claims the McDonalds employee told Witherscott that the food was toxic and said that it was safe to eat.
The food was not labeled “sugar-free” and was instead labeled “protein-rich,” according to the lawsuit.
Withersponton said the man had to eat the food before he could eat his fries.
Wetherspontons lawsuit claims that he had to drink two shots of water before he would eat his food.
He said he had a “fear of death” and the lawsuit claims he suffered pain and nausea after eating the food.
The man filed a civil lawsuit against McDonald’s and the restaurant owner in February, saying the food had “no nutritional value whatsoever,” and “caused the plaintiff to feel extremely nauseous, have nausea and a burning sensation in his stomach.”
McDonald’s said in a statement to NBC News, “The McDonalds team of scientists and suppliers closely monitor the health and safety of our ingredients and processes to ensure they meet the highest standards.”
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