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Australian McDonald’s Bans Kids in School Uniforms

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A McDonald's in Elanora, Australia, has prohibited children wearing school garbs between the hours of 9 a.m. what's more, 3 p.m. Say what?

A peculiar sign in the restaurant window suggested the ban was requested by local schools. The Queensland Department of Education affirmed this, saying the shutout is targeting truancy.

The sign peruses, “Attention school students. Any student in school uniform will not be served between the hours of 9am and 3pm. This is as per your schools [sic] request.”

So no Chicken McNuggets for you in case you're playing hooky, mates.

The schools specifically that are attempting to battle low participation with this odd measure are Elanora State High School and Palm Beach-Currumbin State High School.

"Local businesses have agreed to support school attendance by not serving students who are in uniform without their parents during school hours," the spokesperson of the department of education said in a press release. "This policy was communicated to school communities in June this year and strongly supported by the parent bodies of the respective schools."

The manager of the shopping center where the McDonald's is located, Hilary Jacobs, said that the demand from schools was passed along to all eateries in the inside to “encourage children to remain at school during the school day... Each business could then act on the advice as they felt was appropriate."

No word on whether other fast-food restaurants are going to join forces with McDonald's.

Intense love without kids of Elanora. Until the point that they make sense of all, they have to do to get a Big Mac early afternoon is bring a change of clothes in their schoolbag.
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