A strip search suit against McDonald's heads to trial this week in Bullitt County.
The $200-million lawsuit is over a bizarre strip search at a McDonald's restaurant.
A former restaurant worker filed the suit after she was forced to strip in a back office at the request of a caller who was posing as a police officer.
The 2004 incident has been featured on ABC Primetime, MSNBC and Court TV.
Meanwhile, the worker claims McDonald's failed to warn her and other employees about a hoax caller who had already struck at 32 other McDonald's stores.
Two people who were in the restaurant that night have been charged with crimes related to the strip search.
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