Every branch of the US fast food giant McDonald's in Peru was closed for two days, from Tuesday, in memory of two employees who were reportedly electrocuted on a night shift while cleaning; in an incident that has lead to protests across the South American country.
Footage filmed on Wednesday shows McDonald's outlets in Lima remaining closed. According to reports, A. Porras Inga, 19, and G... Еще. Campos Zapata, 18, were killed by a loose cable in the early hours of Sunday while cleaning a restaurant kitchen.
The deaths of the two employees spurred protests over poor working conditions and education in the country. Later on Wednesday, hundreds of people took to the streets of Lima to voice their anger and denounce what they called the «exploitative» work market.