A McDonald’s in North Andover, Massachusetts, is apologizing after some killjoy customers became offended by their “possibly racist” Halloween decorations.
The decorations in question were some black stickers of a spooky Halloween scene. The holiday, of course, is widely associated with death, gore, and all things scary.
Definitely not appropriate. Why are we associating Halloween with lynching which obviously this is undoubtedly a display of such an act.
— Adnak (@Flavaboyfan) October 25, 2019
The drama began last week when a “man” named Erik Pocock stopped by the fast food restaurant to get something to eat.
“When they got to the register, Pocock noticed a design on the cashier’s stand that appeared to display some jack-o’-lanterns, black bats and an eerie tree,” Today reports. “But when Pocock looked closer, he noticed that there was what appeared to be a black rope dangling from the tree — with a lifeless black […]
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