This is probably hyped up for the media. But Ronald MacDonald on a cross is amusing.
In 2008 a photographer friend David Eisenberg did a spread for Playboy magazine, some article about Catholics. There were photos of statues. No nude humans. They started this rumor that the Catholics in Rome were pissed, that the phones were ringing off the hook by upset Catholics complaining about the Playboy article. This story was repeated all over the world and was even mentioned on Jay Leno show., Etc.
The truth was that not one person actually complained. But magazine sales hit a record. It was free advertising.
I can guess this is a similar situation. Probably nobody is actually complaining. But its a nice story.
David has nothing to do with McJesus, but it sounds to me like a similar story. Maybe there are photos of the playboy article, i did find one recent religious person writing about it. 'McJesus' Sculpture Sparks Outrage Among Israel's Christians
Hundreds of Christians calling for removal of a sculpture by Finnish artist Jani Leinonen protested at the Haifa museum. David Eisenberg
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By: Christopher West In 2008, Playboy magazine sunk to new lows in mocking the holy. Of course, every edition offers a mockery of the holy — the holy, in this case, being the female body. Precisely because of the exquisite holiness of femininity, the Serpent has had his sights set on woman from …