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Time limit set for dining at Henderson McDonald's

This sign is posted on the door of the McDonald's on Green Street in Henderson. This sign is posted on the door of the McDonald's on Green Street in Henderson.

A sign at a Henderson McDonald's is getting some attention. 

The sign is posted on the front door of the restaurant on Green Street. It says "No Loitering" and says there's a 30 minute time limit to dine in.

Employees at the McDonald's tell 14 News they put up the sign up because teens come in, stay for hours at a time without buying anything, and leave their trash behind.

Some customers say they shouldn't make the time limit apply to everyone. 

"If you look at it from the time it takes for them to cook the food all the way from the time you get the food, if you try to sit down and eat anything, its kind of virtually impossible because you know your times up by then," customer Steven Marshall said.

Marshall adds that he doesn't blame McDonald's claiming loitering is a problem.

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