When Mikayla Cleckler thought about where to have her high school senior photos taken, she knew exactly where to go: McDonald's. And the result is just about the most amazing photo shoot you've ever seen — plenty of fries included. Mikayla is a year-old senior at Northeast Jones High School in Mississippi, and in the words of Jana Cooley , her cousin and the photographer behind the lens, she's "McDone. She texted me and asked if I would mind taking her senior pictures and I responded, 'You know we're taking these at McDonald's, right? We did take 'normal' senior photos as well. Each photo is too good not to see, so read on to appreciate every McDonald's moment from Mikayla's album, and prepare to pass on the ingenious idea to all the high school seniors you know.
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Phillip Sherman says he accidentally left his phone, with the photos, at a McDonald's in Fayetteville, Arkansas. He says staff promised to secure the phone until he could retrieve it. The Shermans claim they had to move to a new home after the woman's name, address, and phone number appeared online along with the photos. Tina Sherman says she began receiving offensive calls and text messages about the pictures from her husband's mobile phone after he left it at the McDonald's on 5 July. The couple then discovered that the nude pictures she had sent to her husband's phone had been posted online.
Sure, it sounds a little wacky. The AARP advising its members 50 and older not to be flashing the flesh? Think about it: Do you want a picture of your junk to end up in the hands of your mother? Or your boss? Or your pastor?