Trial lawyers are cooking up an extra cheesy lawsuit in Florida.
Two South Floridians don’t want cheese on their Quarter Pounders, and they think they should pay less for their Quarter Pounder orders when they visit McDonald’s restaurants.
Their lawyers claim the customers have “suffered injury” for having to pay the full price for a Quarter Pounder with Cheese and that McDonald’s is “unjustly enriched” when people who don’t want cheese pay full price for a burger.
And they’re suing McDonald’s for $5 million dollars over it. That would buy a lot of Quarter Pounders—1.2 million of them.
Any way you slice it, this lawsuit is hard to swallow.