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McDonald’s in UK bans under 18s after 5pm – unless accompanied by an adult

1 August 2022 11:53 AM
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Liverpool
McDonald's
Barbara Friedman
Barb's wire
Lester Kiewi
The Morning Review
hooliganism

Lester Kiewit interviews Barbara Friedman about this and other trending stories from around the web.

A McDonald’s in Liverpool has moved to limit the access of youth under the age of 18 - unless they are accompanied by an adult.

The company said that it made the drastic decision to protect its employees.

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"We have seen an increase in the number of incidents of anti-social behaviour in the area with our people being subjected to verbal and physical abuse," read a statement by McDonald's.

"We have a zero-tolerance policy when it comes to crime and anti-social behaviour and have temporarily restricted restaurant access to U18s from 5:00 PM.

"This decision was not taken lightly, and we are working closely with the police to find a resolution."

Lester Kiewit interviewed Barbara Friedman about this and other trending stories from around the web (scroll up to listen – skip to 4:32).

They’ve targeted under 18s as the root cause of anti-social behaviour… Is this a solution to the problem? …

Barbara Friedman, presenter - Barb's Wire

I’m a bit tired of these teenagers and their TikTok tripods. These guys hinder free public passage while doing their TikTok videos and dances in malls. I want the Mall Association of South Africa to come down hard on these children!

Lester Kiewit, The Morning Review

This article first appeared on CapeTalk : McDonald’s in UK bans under 18s after 5pm – unless accompanied by an adult




1 August 2022 11:53 AM
Tags:
Liverpool
McDonald's
Barbara Friedman
Barb's wire
Lester Kiewi
The Morning Review
hooliganism

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