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Burger King Cook Wins Lawsuit After Being Fired for Taking Fries

Newsmax Thursday, 16 February 2017
Burger King Cook Wins Lawsuit After Being Fired for Taking FriesBurger King cook Usha Ram won a lawsuit against the fast food giant and was awarded $46,000 after being fired for taking a fish sandwich, fries, and a drink.
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