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Homeless man sues fast food giant Burger King for $1.2 million

The Age Thursday, 17 May 2018 ()
Homeless man sues fast food giant Burger King for $1.2 millionHomeless black man Emory Ellis was arrested after being falsely accused of using a fake $US10 bill to pay for breakfast at the fast food chain.
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