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Hoax - McDonald’s Will Stop Serving Overweight Customers Beginning 1/1/15

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Hoax - McDonald’s Will Stop Serving Overweight Customers Beginning 1/1/15

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McDonald’s Will Stop Serving Overweight Customers Beginning 1/1/15

McDonald’s Will Stop Serving Overweight Customers Beginning 1/1/15 . Obesity in America has more than doubled over the last 2 decades and has become the leading public health issue in the U.S. With more than two-thirds of the adult population overweight, McDonald’s has decided to become part of the solution – not the problem.

According to reports, beginning January 1, 2015, McDonald’s will no longer serve customers with a weight capacity over 170 lbs for women and 245 lbs for men. Children’s weight restrictions will vary depending on age and height.

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