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McDonald’s Sued Over Woman’s Naked Buns –

Posted by That Other Mike on 24/11/2008

McDonald’s is known for its cheap meat — but after a bad trip to the burger joint, one guy’s wife allegedly became cheap meat.

McD’s just got served by a guy who allegedly left his cell phone — which contained nude photos of his wife — at the Arkansas restaurant, only to find the nude pics posted online.

Phillip Sherman was assured by employees they’d keep the phone safe, yet the photos — along with Sherman’s phone number and address — somehow found their way onto the Internet.

The couple claims they had to move to a new house to get away from his wife’s new stalkers. Sherman wants 3 mil for their troubles.

via McDonald’s Sued Over Woman’s Naked Buns –

Hehehehe… I know I should be sympathetic towards the woman, and I am, but I can’t help laughing just a little bit at her husband’s stupidity.

You can bet your arse that if I were to have nudie pics of my wife, they wouldn’t be accompanying me on a visit to a fast food joint, and they certainly wouldn’t be on something that I could accidentally leave lying around.


8 Responses to “McDonald’s Sued Over Woman’s Naked Buns –”

  1. this is pretty funnY!

  2. sandysays1 said

    At least his wife’s buns were good enough to stimulate some interest. Whoops I hope the site they appeared on didn’t mention a cheap place like MacD’s. Bids might be low! Visit my blog at,

  3. Gee, I wish I had a wife — sounds like a good little earner to me 😉

  4. Mike said

    Could be the subject of your next book… 😛

  5. Cheers, mate. Just what I need — another idea for a book. Sheesh. Looks like I’ve finally found the one, though!

    Incidentally, I’ve been meaning to say for ages; I really like the idea you mentioned to me for the novel you want to write. I think you could really do something with that. Started it?

    (BTW: I haven’t forgotten about Idiosyncratica, either. Maybe get a few ideas sorted over the coming weeks and relaunch in the New Year?)

  6. Mike said

    Your first comedy, perhaps? Hehehe…

    I have most of it outlined. I’m just trying to avoid the temptation to teleology: not everything has to happen for a Reason (of course there are reasons, but not always Reasons, if you see what I mean).

    I think that’s the best thing; Lottie mentioned it to me just last night, in fact.

  7. You’ve been peeping, haven’t you? LOL. A laugh a minute, it is.

    It’s a fine line to walk, isn’t it? There’s always a danger that it can seem like a copout. There were no reasons because the author could think of no reasons. When it’s done well, however, it can be incredibly disturbing/unnerving.

    I was thinking maybe we could use Idiosyncratica as, apart from anything else that might occur, a critiquing group. What do you think?

  8. Mike said

    I think I’m going to go with no Reasons. Mainly because I like fucking with people’s heads.

    Sounds like a plan!

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