An Arkansas man is suing McDonalds claiming that naked photos of his wife were uploaded onto the internet after misplacing his cell phone at a Fayetteville, McDonalds restaurant. According to a report by the Associated Press, Phillip Sherman filed the lawsuit on Friday seeking $3 million in damages for suffering, embarrassment and the cost of having to move to a new home.
Sherman claims he left his phone at a Fayetteville, Arkansas McDonalds location on July 5, a manager reportedly confirmed by phone that Sherman's cell would be secure until he returned. A short time later nude photos of his wife Tina Sherman, that resided on the cell phone, allegedly made their way online. The suit also alleges that the photos were uploaded onto a website, thoughtlessly publishing Tina Sherman’s name, address, and contact information.
Reports indicate that Tina Sherman may have sent photos of herself in various stages of undress to her husband's cell phone, the same phone which Sherman claimed he misplaced. The lawsuit alleges that before Phillip could retrieve his cell phone from McDonalds, Tina Sherman starting receiving text messages from her husband's phone in response to her pictures. One text message stated:
“I’ve seen your pictures Tina, I liked what I saw.”
The alleged Sherman nudes are currently at the center of a massive Google search by curious gawkers wanting to view the raw proof. The Tina Sherman story has reached "Top 10 Google Trends" for the search term "Tina Sherman Nude". But you won't see this hot item featured on McDonald's dollar deal menu anytime soon. The photos were pulled down back in July, making the current Google scavenger hunt all the more futile.
What has become typical with these types of reports, is that traditional media often fail to mention what brand of phone was involved in the scandal, which is the most critical information for a cult of iPhone fanatic. Was Sherman's cell phone a CrackBerry, an iPhone or a Motorola Razor which was recently credited with saving a man's life after stopping a stray bullet aimed at the man's heart? [link]
Regardless of what brand of phone was involved, it's becoming evident that Tina Sherman may be one of the hottest Google searches since China's "iPhone Girl", and possibly hotter than McDonalds' McRib sandwich. Could Tina Sherman be the next Farrah Fawcett pin up girl sensation that defined the 70's? Anything is possible. Show me a sample and I'll let you know if "I'm lovin' it".