Ready for Blind People at the Drive Thru?
While it might seem like as dangerous an idea as one could have, Scott Magee, a blind man from Louisiana, is suing McDonald’s so he, too, can take advantage of the drive-thru windows found at the fast food chain. As some of you may have noticed before, there is a sign at every McDonald’s drive thru (as well as pretty much every other fast food restaurant’s drive thru window) that says they will only serve customers who are on a motor vehicle.
What makes this particularly scary is the fact that Magee is actually trying to get access to the drive-thru so he can get food at night time, which is when the restaurant usually closes its doors but stays open to customers via the drive-thru window. While I certainly would not want to deny someone the right to get food whenever he or she wanted (seeing as I hit up drive-thru windows at all hours of the day and night), I am frightened by the idea that I would be sharing what is technically a roadway with pedestrians – whether or not they are blind is irrelevant.
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