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McDonald's fan chains himself to Russian branch to protest closure

Is fast food consumption freedom? A Russian McDonald's fan thinks: yes! He ties himself to a branch in Moscow with a cable tie.

On the weekend of March 12, visitors to a McDonald's branch in Moscow saw a strange sight: a young Russian man tied himself to the front door and told passers-by that burgers meant freedom for him and that the West, with its sanctions, meant exactly what he wanted would take that freedom.* describes this strange situation again in all its details.

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