Uncensored Version Of ALICE COOPER's 'Poison' Video Leaves Father Fuming

According to The Border Mail, the father of a five-year-old child is fuming after McDonald's management's refused to switch television stations when when the uncensored version of ALICE COOPER's "Poison" video — featuring a woman exposing her breasts — aired at its store in Wodonga, Victoria, Australia.

Rod Millichamp said he was dining at the restaurant with his wife and son on Saturday afternoon when the clip was broadcast on the Max music channel.

"Through this clip there were a number of appearances of a girl wearing only a G-string, showing her buttocks then turning to openly expose her naked breasts," Millichamp wrote in an emailed complaint to McDonald's chief executive Catriona Noble.

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