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Unhappy meal: Ohio lawsuit alleges live mouse found in McDonald’s milkshake





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By Stephanie Warsmith , Akron Beacon Journal, GateHouse Media Ohio


Posted Feb 6, 2019 at 7:53 AM








AKRON — An Ohio man is suing McDonald’s, claiming he got an extra he didn’t order in his milkshake — a live mouse.

Kenneth Moyer Jr. of Tallmadge is seeking $100,000 or more in his lawsuit filed this week in Summit County Common Pleas Court against an Akron McDonald’s and Rubber City Arches, which owns 24 of the fast-food restaurants in Northeast Ohio.

“The bottom line is: It’s nasty and it’s wrong,” Moyer, 43, a construction worker, said Tuesday. “However it got in there, it was wrong.”

McDonald’s, however, claims Moyer’s allegations are false.
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“Although we do not typically comment about pending litigation, we can confidently and adamantly state that the implications made in the complaint are wildly fabricated and false,” Carl Blickle, co-owner of Rubber City Arches, said in an email. “We have served the Akron area for over 55 years, have made safety and cleanliness top priorities and remain proud of our track record. We eagerly await our opportunity to share the facts in court.”

Blickle declined to comment further.

This isn’t the first time the fast-food giant has had a mouse complaint. A Maine man sued in 2014, claiming he found a dead mouse in his milkshake. A teen girl in England last year said she found part of a dead baby mouse in her McChicken sandwich — a discovery an employee claimed was veins instead of a tail. And, in a similar rodent claim, an NFL coach and his family filed a lawsuit in Texas in 2006, saying they discovered a dead rat in their salad.

Before this happened, Moyer said he was a frequent McDonald’s customer, often stopping just to get a drink.

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Moyer said he went through the drive-thru at the McDonald’s at 2021 E. Market St. about 1:15 p.m. Dec. 15 and ordered two chocolate milkshakes, one for himself and another for a friend. As he sipped on his milkshake while driving his friend home, he said he noticed the straw kept getting clogged.

“I got irritated with the straw clogged up,” he said. “I really wasn’t thinking about it.”

After Moyer dropped off his friend, he said he drove home and left the rest of his shake — about one-quarter — in his work truck. He said he went inside and then returned to retrieve his cigarettes a few minutes later.

As Moyer began to shut the truck door, he said he saw the straw moving. He said he picked up the cup and saw a live mouse inside. He yelled for his girlfriend to come outside and told a friend who called a short time later what happened.

Moyer said he was ill and vomited frequently for the rest of the day. He returned to the same McDonald’s about 11:30 p.m. and asked the manager whether a mouse could fit through the hole in the ice cream machine. The manager said this wouldn’t be possible because the hole is so small and suggested that Moyer put the mouse in the cup himself.

Moyer called McDonald’s headquarters to complain the next day. He said the woman he spoke with offered him either gift cards or to file an insurance claim. He requested the claim, telling her he won’t be frequenting McDonald’s any longer.

McDonald’s denied Moyer’s claim.

Moyer said at the advice of the attorney who assisted him with the insurance claim he froze the mouse and the cup. The attorney sent the mouse and cup to a consulting company to have testing done.

Christina Joliat, a Solon attorney now representing Moyer, said she plans to get the testing results from the consulting company. She said she isn’t sure what tests were done.

Joliat thinks the claim was likely denied because Moyer mistakenly said that he left the cup unattended in his truck for an hour or more. She said he now realizes the time was much shorter — 10 minutes at the most — because of when he spoke with his friend.

“There’s no way it was there for an hour unattended,” she said.

Joliat said she wants to obtain surveillance video from McDonald’s that she hopes will show how the mouse got into the cup.

“We want the video,” she said. “We want to see what happened. That will clear everything up.”

Moyer claims in the lawsuit that he suffered “physical and mental distress and damage due to the negligent or purposeful conduct” of McDonald’s employees. He is seeking compensatory and punitive damages and attorney fees.

The case has been assigned to Judge Amy Corrigall Jones.

Joliat and Moyer provided the Beacon Journal/Ohio.com with two photos they claim were taken of the mouse in the cup. The first photo shows the side of a clear McDonald’s cup with a domed lid and only a small amount of liquid and an indistinct brown blob in the bottom of the cup. The second photo, taken from the top of the cup, shows a mouse in the bottom beside the straw.

Joliat said she believes Moyer’s account of what happened and said he has been concerned about possibly contracting a disease from drinking the milkshake.

“He’s a pretty believable guy,” she said. “He looks ill talking about it.”

Moyer said he didn’t put the mouse in the cup and doesn’t think it was in his truck and climbed into the cup. He said he hopes the lawsuit will prompt McDonald’s to look at its practices to see if something needs to be changed to prevent a repeat of what happened.

Moyer said this experience has caused him to be more careful before he takes a bite of food or a sip of a drink. He advises others to do the same.

“Keep your eyes open when you go to fast food,” he said. “Nowadays, it’s awful!”



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實在太噁了!美國俄亥俄州一名男子日前在麥當勞買了一杯巧克力奶昔,在喝的時候一直有種「吸管被塞住」的感覺,直到他看到吸管在微微抽動,打開杯蓋後竟然發現裡頭竟然有一支灰色的活老鼠,嚇得他嘔吐了一整天,最後還病倒了,男子因此向麥當勞求償10萬美元(約新台幣308萬元),但業者卻堅持是男子自己將老鼠放進杯子裡。

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綜合媒體報導,一名43歲的建築工人肯尼斯(Kenneth Moyer Jr)在阿克倫(Akron)的一家麥當勞買了巧克力奶昔,他喝的時候一直有種吸管被塞住的感覺,雖然令他很煩躁但也不以為意,直到肯尼斯開車回到家後,不小心將奶昔忘在車上,幾分鐘後回到車裡拿奶昔,卻發現吸管竟然「在動」,他立刻打開杯蓋,發現裡頭有一隻灰色的活老鼠。
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Customer sues McDonald’s after snapping photo of mouse in shake
Kenneth Moyer Jr claims he found something truly disgusting inside his milkshake. Now, he wants to be paid a staggering sum.
Jon Rogers
The SunFebruary 8, 20193:42pm

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A man from Ohio is suing McDonald’s after he claims he found a live mouse in his chocolate milkshake.
Kenneth Moyer Jr, 43, is looking for $US100,000 ($AU141,000) or more in damages from the popular fast food chain.
He says he drank most of the shake before realised the rodent was inside his cup.
The construction worker bought the drink when he went through the McDonald’s drive-through in Akron at around 1.15pm on December 15 and bought another chocolate milkshake for his friend.
He started sipping his shake as he drove his friend home and said he noticed the straw kept getting clogged up.
Mr Moyer told the Akron Beacon Journal: “I got irritated with the straw. I really wasn’t thinking about it.”

Mr Moyer says he drank most of the shake before realised the rodent was inside his cup. Picture: SuppliedSource:Supplied
He says he drove home after dropping off his friend and left his milkshake in his truck and came back a few minutes later to get his cigarettes and he then saw the straw start to move.
When Mr Moyer lifted the lid, which had only about a quarter of the drink left, he saw the live mouse.
He then called his girlfriend to come and have a look.
Mr Moyer claims he fell ill later that day and was vomiting.
The man returned to the same branch of McDonald’s at around 11.30pm the same day and explained to the manager what had happened.
Reports say the manager accused him of putting the mouse in the cup himself.
He phoned the company’s headquarters the next day and was offered gift cards or the opportunity to make an insurance claim.
Mr Moyer chose to make a claim.
He told the paper: “The bottom line is it’s nasty and it’s wrong.
“However it got in there, it was wrong.”

McDonald’s have flatly denied the claims. Picture: iStockSource:istock
Mr Moyer later froze the cup and the mouse and his lawyer then sent them off to be tested.
The franchise co-owner is contesting the claims, saying they are “wildly fabricated and false”.
Christina Joliat, Mr Moyer’s current lawyer, says McDonald’s have been able to contest the claims because Mr Moyer at first “mistakenly” said that he had left the cup unattended for an hour.
She says he later realised the cup had only been out of sight for about “ten minutes at most”.
Now Mr Moyer is taking legal action with Ms Joliat wanting the test results from the cup and mouse as well as seeing surveillance footage from McDonald’s.
“We want the video. We want to see what happened,” she said.
“That will clear everything up.”
Carl Blickle, co-owner of Rubber City Arches, said: “Although we do not typically comment about pending litigation, we can confidently and adamantly state that the implications made in the complaint are wildly fabricated and false.
“We have served the Akron area for over 55 years, have made safety and cleanliness top priorities and remain proud of our track record. We eagerly await our opportunity to share the facts in court.”
McDonald’s has been contacted for comment.
This article originally appeared on The Sun and was reproduced with permission





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Ohio Man Claims to Find Live Mouse In McDonald’s Milkshake
Dana Marshall
February 6, 2019
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Excuse me, I wanted extra bacon not an extra mouse!
A construction worker from Tallmadge, OH claims he found a live mouse in his McDonald's milkshake and is taking them to court according to Ohio.com,
Kenneth Moyer Jr. is seeking $100,000 or more in his lawsuit filed this week in Summit County Common Pleas Court against an Akron McDonald’s and Rubber City Arches, which owns 24 of the fast-food restaurants in Northeast Ohio.
“The bottom line is: It’s nasty and it’s wrong,” Moyer, 43, a construction worker, said Tuesday. “However it got in there, it was wrong.”​

McDonald's says that they are confident the allegations are false. In fact, Moyer told The Beacon Journal that he left his milkshake in his truck for several minutes. When he returned he noticed the straw moving.
In my opinion, that shakes his story up a little. If you want to see a picture of this unhappy meal, click here.
 
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