McDonald's says Ronald McDonald will keep low profile amid 'killer clown craze'
McDonald's says its clown mascot Ronald McDonald is keeping a low profile as the 'killer crown' craze rages on.
The fast food giant, which operates multiple restaurants across Birmingham and throughout the West Midlands area, made the comments on Tuesday as reports of creepy clown sightings continue to rise across the country.
McDonald's has said they are being "thoughtful in respect to Ronald McDonald's participation in community events" as a result of the "current climate around clown sightings in communities."
The food-on-the-go retailer did not provide any additional... read more
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