McDonalds suffering from a dodgy McCurry
It's always great seeing McDonalds taking a hit in the courts and it's happened again in their legal fight against a Maylaysian restaurant called McCurry.
The burger behemoth have chased the owners of McCurry through the courts for the past eight years, claiming that their use of the 'Mc' prefix is an attempt to pass themselves off as part of the McDonalds empire.
But Kuala Lumpar's Federal Court has had the final say and has told McDonalds to take their legal challenge and stick it up their arses. In a more professional-sounding form of legalese, obviously.
"We feel great that this eight-year legal battle is finally over," McCurry owner P Suppiah told reporters. "We can now go ahead with whatever we plan to do such as opening new branches," he said, before adding: “Plus we can start selling breakfast dishes such as curry porridge, 'jolly meals' for the kids and launch our corporate mascot, a clown who we're calling Jerry McCurry.
Except he didn't really.