Matthew McConaughey Suing Taco Bell Over “No Shirt, No Service” Policy
Matthew McConaughey won’t make a run for the border anytime soon.
The actor (and we use that term loosely) says Taco Bell’s “no shirt, no service” policy is discriminatory, and he’s filed a lawsuit against the fast food chain.
“Nobody tells McConaughey to put on a shirt,” said the narcissistic star of We Are Marshall.
Taco Bell spokesman Robert Zazzali called the lawsuit frivolous, pointing out that customers are welcome to use the drive-thru topless, if they prefer.
McConaughey took to his Twitter page this afternoon to respond: Drive-thru? Sorry, but if I’m eating Taco Bell I’m way too stoned to drive.
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