Paul McCartney's Pictures Removed From McDonald's Restaurant
Sir Paul McCartney has claimed a victory over fast food giant McDonald's after bosses removed the singer's photo from one of their restaurants. The Beatles legend, a long-time vegetarian, was furious after learning pictures of him and his Beatles bandmates had been put up in a McDonald's restaurant in the Fab Four's hometown of Liverpool, England.
More than a dozen shots of McCartney and the Beatles were said to have been plastered on the walls of the Sefton Street burger joint. They have now been removed, according to Britain's Daily Star newspaper.
Representatives at animal rights organization People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) claimed the star would never authorize his photo to endorse meat products.
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