McDonald’s retaliated against me because I told the manager that all employees should be washing their hands thoroughly when using the restroom. The manager had been glaring at me and been impolite on a couple of occassions. Today he filed a false police report and humiliated and embarrassed me in front of other customers. I just thought that MCDonald’s would be more concerned than they are with how they allow employees to handle food. When I noticed some of the employees returning from the restroom to the kitchen and either did not wash their hands or did not wash them both hands I casually mentioned it to management. Every since then the manager has had an attitude with me. Today he walked up to me as I ordered a cup of coffee and started harrassing me like he wanted to start a fight. He then told me to leave the store or he would call the police. I left then returned and told him, you do need to call the police I felt that my rights wereb being violated and I needed to file a police report too. There were other customers in the store some of which asked me to make sure McDonalds saves the video tape, that will prove who is telling the truth. Which I have done. If you see someone doing something in a restaurant that could make people sick, would you report it, or remain quiet. Obviously from my viewpoint, I felt that I did the right thing. But the manager at McDonald’s feels he has a right to retaliate against me. I feel follow up with a lawsuit, if anyone else has a similar situation, please write to Sapturion, c/o legal department P. O. Box 26142, Wauwatosa, Wi 53226.
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