Psychologist says man is unfit parent for not taking his son to McDonald’s

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NEW YORK (PIX11) – In Manhattan, one father is not loving the Golden Arches right now.

Attorney David Schorr wanted to treat his son to a nice dinner, but the boy demanded McDonald’s.  Despite the boy’s tantrum his dad refused to take his son to the fast food joint.  He took the boy to his mother’s home and dropped him off instead, after giving him the choice of eating at a different restaurant or not eating at all.

However, news of the unhappy meal was passed along to a court-appointed psychologist who testified against him in divorce court, according to the New York Daily News.

The psychologist, Marilyn Schiller, claimed he was “wholly unable” to care for his son for even 90 minutes and asked the judge to cut back visiting time, according to a defamation suit Schorr filed against Schiller in Manhattan Supreme Court.

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