Lawyer Wants 13 Cents

BEIJING -- A lawyer reportedly has sued McDonald's in China after he was given receipts that were printed mostly in English.

The state-run newspaper Beijing Youth Daily said the lawyer claims the use of English instead of Chinese "violates the consumers' right to know."

Youth Daily said the lawyer wants an apology and compensation of about 13 cents. It did not give details on any court case.

A McDonald's official is quoted as saying its receipts were changed earlier this month, and that all its menus and ads are now in Chinese.