Cars on the right in this photo are parked legally for McDonald's, but the vehicles on the left could get towed if their drivers visit the Golden Arches. Customers complain that the policy is confusing.
Cars on the right in this photo are parked legally for McDonald's, but the vehicles on the left could get towed if their drivers visit the Golden Arches. Customers complain that the policy is confusing. ccampbell@newsobserver.com
Cars on the right in this photo are parked legally for McDonald's, but the vehicles on the left could get towed if their drivers visit the Golden Arches. Customers complain that the policy is confusing. ccampbell@newsobserver.com

At Triangle Town Center, McDonald’s diners get towed

July 01, 2013 03:22 PM

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