A mom, her eight-year-old son and her ex-husband recently received a rude awakening at a Toronto-area McDonald's when they heard a customer next to them engaging in an explicit web chat.
Jill-Anne Hopkins, her son and ex were dinning on cheeseburgers when they heard a sexy woman's voice say, "I want you to come over here and f--- me." Startled by the request, Hopkins looked around and realized a man in the next booth with chatting with a topless woman on a webcam sex site. Her son asked who said those words and Hopkins responded, "Someone with a bad potty mouth who doesn't realize there are children at McDonald's."
Although the 43-year-old Hopkins moved her family over to another table, she could still hear the sex-cam sweetheart say, "By the way, tell that broad to go f--- herself. Did she hear me or should I say it louder?"
Hopkins complained and the manager came over and spoke to the man in his mid-20s, but they didn't apologize. McDonald's Canada said it's impossible to know if the man was using their free Wi-Fi, another network or a wireless stick, but there are filters to prevent the viewing of offensive material on the restaurant's network and customers that access their Wi-Fi must agree to their terms and conditions, which include not viewing porn.
Source: Toronto Sun