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McDonalds Japan recently ran a contest giving away 10,000 MP3 players preloaded with 10 songs. However, the players were preloaded with QQpass malware - which transmits usernames, passwords, etc. off your computer. McDonalds set up a 24-hour hotline to troubleshoot the problem. Most conversations go something like this:

"Hi, welcome to McDonalds."
"My identity has been stolen because of your shitty MP3 player."
"Ok sir. Is our food unsafe for consumption?"
"Well...uhh...yeah, I guess."
"But that's why it's so tasty, no?"
"Sure, I guess."
"McDonalds also thought that unsafe music could be extra good, too...but if you're watching your credit line..."
"No, no, I'm not."
"Then would you like to try our new McSledgehammer. It's really, really bad for your computer."
"Sounds delicious!"



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