NEW ZEALAND: McDonald’s in row over half-price burgers for police
Police officials have expressed concern that the ability of local police officers to buy burgers half-price from McDonald's outlets could be seen as corrupt. As part of a "police anti-corruption strategy", the force's headquarters has now asked the US-based fastfood giant to stop offering large discounts to police officers. Spokeswoman Sarah Martin explained that the request was about preserving police integrity.
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