Andrew Gregory CEO: Maccas is pushing soft porn to kids. What will you do about this?
These pics were part of a music video playing within McDonald's family restaurant.
According to their website Maccas claims their values are
- We place the customer experience at the core of all we do
- We are committed to our people
- We believe in the McDonald’s System
- We operate our business ethically
- We give back to our communities
- We grow our business profitably
- We strive continually to improve
We're #NotBuyingIt - the harms of sexually objectifying images are well documented here.
We call on Maccas to exercise corporate social responsibility and immediately remove all soft porn from Australian in-store screens. Implement national guidelines on what content can be shown on in-store screens.
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