WARSAW, September 18 (RIA Novosti) - All of over 300 McDonald’s restaurants across Poland were evacuated on Tuesday night after a bomb threat, Gazeta.pl news portal reported.
The portal reported citing Krzysztof Klapa, a spokesman for McDonald’s company in Poland, that an anonymous telephone call warned about a bomb in one of the McDonald’s restaurants, but did not specify which one.
“Since we never ignore such calls, we immediately warned the police and it took measures across whole Poland,” he was cited as saying.
Reuters reported citing Mariusz Sokolowski, a spokesman for the Polish police, that it was a false alarm and law enforcers were currently focused on finding the perpetrator.
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