As disgusting as it is finding these items in your drink, there is no case since there are no physical damages to you. You might want to try to write to McDonald's corporate office to see if there is anything they may do for you, like free coupons etc.
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While negligent (probably), no inury no case. If injured keep the drink, glove, paper, get to the doctor and call a lawyer.
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Yes, you can sure them but you don't really have any damages, apart from a little embarrassment. Unless you got sick, went to a doctor and experienced some pain or suffering of some type, there would be no reason to sue, as even a jury would not give you much money, in my opinion.
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