Chicago: A suburban Chicago man is suing McDonald’s restaurants in two Illinois counties, arguing cheeseburger “additional value foods” are if truth be told more expensive than when the items are bought one at a time.
James Gertie of Des Plaines tells The (Arlington Heights) daily Herald that bundling two cheeseburgers, medium french fries and a drink at $5.90 is 41 cents greater than when individual gadgets are purchased.
Gertie, a bus driver, says his lawsuit filed this month is about idea, not 41 cents.
He seeks class-action standing for a consumer fraud and deceptive practices lawsuit against McDonald’s operator Karis administration Co.
The complaint seeks an injunction to keep McDonald’s from pricing worth foods greater than objects purchased one by one.
Des Plaines-based totally Karis operates McDonald’s eating places in 9 cities. Representatives from McDonald’s and Karis didn’t return messages.