McDonald's restaurant at the Star Ferry, Kowloon, faced an international picket by British 'McLibel' campaigner Helen Steel and supporters last night. Ms Steel, a defendant in the longest-running trial in British legal history, handed out Cantonese-language leaflets headed: 'What's wrong with McDonald's.' The company sued Ms Steel and co-defendant Dave Morris for distributing literature claiming the fast food giant exploited workers, was cruel to animals farmed for food and promoted an unhealthy diet for children. The London Greenpeace campaigner also met members of the Asia Monitor Resource Centre to discuss exploitation of mainland and Vietnamese factory workers making toys given away with children's meals. McDonald's failed to return repeated calls.