Two McDonald’s clients filed a lawsuit towards the fast-food big, alleging they had been compelled to pay for cheese that they didn’t need on their Quarter Pounders and Double Quarter Pounders.
The diners stated they needed to spend a further 30 to 90 cents for slices of cheese they didn’t need or ask for, based on a class-action swimsuit filed this month in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
According to the swimsuit, defendants Cynthia Kissner and Leonard Werner had been compelled to order the Quarter Pounders with out cheese at McDonald’s, after which needed to take away it themselves.
Micky D’s beforehand offered Quarter Pounder sandwiches with and with out cheese, with costs adjusted accordingly. Burgers with out cheese — that are not accessible, based on the swimsuit — had been cheaper.
The swimsuit asks for $5 million, claiming clients have been “forced” to purchase overcharged merchandise by paying for cheese they didn’t need or order.