While the everyday customer likely won't face a felony charge for swiping a $1 soda from McDonald's, woe betide the alleged thief who already has a slew of petty thefts racked up. A Florida man could see five years in jail and $5,000 fine for filling his courtesy cup with soda instead of water. NaplesNews.com says the man was given a courtesy cup and told it was for water only at McDonald's.
A Florida man has been charged with a felony for swiping a soda from McDonald's. Police say Mark Adaire, 52, walked into a McDonald's restaurant, asked for a cup of water, and then filled the cup with soda and left without paying. A... Read Post
NAPLES, Fla. (AP) - Authorities say a Naples man remains jailed on felony charges after leaving a McDonald's restaurant without paying for a cup of soda. Deputies arrested 52-year-old Mark Abaire last week after the restaurant manag... Read Post