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Fast Food Horror Stories: You Won't Believe What Was In This Restaurant's Burgers

An estimated 80% of Americans consume fast food monthly. We assume that restaurants comply with FDA-approved hygiene laws. However, many break these codes. You won't believe the scandals these chains caused especially the disgusting ingredient in McDonalds burgers (page 9).

1. Subway's chicken sandwich is actually soy

  • What happened: Subway chicken products only contained about half of chicken DNA.
  • Where: Canada
  • The details: Canadian television broadcaster CBC examined fast-food chickens and found that Subway's breast meat was 54% chicken and 43% chicken strips. The CBC lab didn't believe it and repeated the test five times, but still found that the chicken serving was mostly soy and other fillers. Subway denied the claim but promised to speak to its supplier.

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2. Taco Bell guests who were hospitalized for dirty lettuce

  • What happened: 71 people were hospitalized with severe abdominal cramps, fever and diarrhea. Eight kidney failure developed.
  • Where: New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and South Carolina
  • The details: In 2006, the five states reported E. coli outbreaks to Taco Bell. When researchers discovered the culprit - infected lettuce - the states passed stricter laws on how to deal with the leafy greens.

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3. Feces in Starbucks iced coffee

  • What happened: Frozen drinks were high in faeces.
  • Where: nationwide
  • The details:A BBC series found that Starbucks, Caffe Nero, and Costa Coffee frozen beverages contain fecal matter. guard dogTony Lewis told the BBC: 'These should not be present at any level, regardless of the significant numbers found.' Company spokesmen told the public that they would take steps to prevent these sources of disease.

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4. Four children die of Jack in the Box burgers

  • What happened: Jack-in-the-Box had a severe E. coli outbreak.
  • Where: Pacific Northwest
  • The details: Bacteria injured 600 people and killed four children in 1993. The San Diego-based chain blamed its meat supplier for this. However, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said the bacteria would have been killed if the hamburgers had been cooked at 155 degrees (a state requirement) rather than the federal standard of 140 degrees.

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5. McDonald's 'intoxicating' chicken

  • What happened: A mother found a roast chicken head in her nuggets.
  • Where: Hampton Roads, Virginia
  • The details: Katherine Ortega told the daily press, “I noticed that she has a beak and eyes. I screamed. 'McDonald's gave her the option to get a refund or a new chicken. Ortega refused and said, "I will cook at home from now on." She decided not to have any more legal proceedings.

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6. Chipotle

  • What happened: Chipotle guests continue to fall seriously ill.
  • Where: Virginia and Ohio
  • The details: Virginia customers alerted Business Insider to the vomiting, diarrhea, and dehydration caused by chipotle burritos in 2017. A year later, 647 guests experienced their own bouts of food poisoning from Chipotle. To counteract the bad PR, the chain was shut down for a day to train employees.

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7. Golden Corral serves meat from the dumpster

  • What happened: A "rogue employee" videotaped dozens of pounds of raw meat next to a dumpster.
  • Where: Port Orange, Florida
  • The details: The worker's video went viral and the franchise released a statement stating that the food near the dumpster was not intended for consumption. True or false, it was bad for business.

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8. Burger King's equine burgers

  • What happened: The Irish Food Safety Authority found horse DNA in over 33% of samples from Burger King sites.
  • Where: Ireland
  • The details: BK dropped its supplier Silvercrest Foods on 'voluntary and precautionary grounds'. The chain representatives said, '[Silvercrest] has committed to supply 100% British and Irish beef patties and they have not done so ... We have ended our relationship.'

Next: Maybe it's a good thing that the ice machine is always out of order.

9. Skip the dessert at McDonald's

This came from McDonald's ice cream machine in case you're wondering ... pic.twitter.com/DTXXpzE7Ce

- nick (@phuckyounick) July 14, 2017
  • What happened: In July 2017, a McDonald's employee was fired for exposing mold.
  • Where: LaPlace, Louisiana
  • The details: While cleaning the ice machine, the 18-year-old found extensive mold. "I thought the machine was cleaned regularly," Nick told BuzzFeed. He said the staff were never instructed to clean it. A McDonalds spokesman said the tray Nick found did not come into contact with ice.

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10. McDonalds cleans up its pink slime

  • What happened:Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver unveiled McDonalds beef in a controversial episode ofJamie Oliver's food revolutionand was referring to a 'pink slime' ingredient.
  • Where: nationwide
  • The details: 'Slime' was Oliver's name for what was left of the meat after he removed the selected cuts of beef. Banned for human consumption in the UK. Beef trimmings are legal in the United States. There they are treated to kill bacteria. After the show aired, McDonald's announced that the controversial beef ingredients were no longer being used, claiming the decision was made long before the show aired.

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11. Taco Bell is forced to reveal the mysterious ingredient

  • What happened: Taco Bell had to share the mysterious ingredients that make up the other 12% of its 88% beef.
  • Where: worldwide
  • The details: The 2006 results were FDA approved but still worrying. The beef contained soy lecithin, maltodextrin, lactic acid and caramel color, among other things. Taco Bell tried to explain these chemicals. However, it has left a bad taste in consumers' mouths.

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12. McDonald's auto cartel

  • Where: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • What happened: The restaurant served happy meals with heroin across the thoroughfare.
  • The details: McDonald's guests just had to say, 'I would like to order a toy.' Undercover officers were given a tip and tried it out. They paid ex-employee Shantia Dennis for the $ 2 meal and discovered 10 small bags of heroin in the Happy Meal. The woman was charged with criminal surrender and possession of heroin, among other charges.

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13. Costco brought new meaning to 'hunting dog'

  • Where: Irvine, California
  • What happened: A Costco customer found a bullet in her hot dog.
  • The details: Olivia Chanes swallowed a nine-millimeter round while eating a Hebrew national foot long. She told the Los Angeles Times that she first thought it was her braces, but quickly realized it was different. X-rays showed another bullet in her stomach that had somehow made it through the metal detectors at the hot dog factory. Police questioned Costco employees and searched the remaining hot dogs, but found no more ammunition.

Next: Shredded lettuce should not contain any other ingredients.

14. Arby's (human) flesh

  • Where: Dayton, Ohio
  • What happened: A customer discovered a piece of human flesh in his sandwich.
  • The details: The AP reported that a customer 'discovered a piece of meat that is about an inch long' after biting into his Arby sandwich. Health researchers found that the Arby's manager wore a bandage on his thumb. The bottom line? He cut his thumb while chopping lettuce and allegedly failed to throw away the contaminated products.

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15. Kentucky 'ground' chicken

  • Where: Shanghai, China
  • What happened: KFC served stale meat as well as meat that fell into the factory.
  • The details: In a television report, workers at KFC meat supplier Shanghai Husi Food Co were shown reusing meat that fell into the factory. They also reportedly mixed fresh and expired meat before selling it. KFC apologized and cut ties with its supplier. Yum! According to Forbes, the scandal "had a significant impact on sales in China." He also led the company to lower its full year earnings per share growth forecast from 20% to just 6-10%.

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16. TGI Friday is not so happy

  • Where: Asbury Park, New Jersey
  • What happened: The bartenders changed their customers' drink orders.
  • The details: Eight TGI locations in New Jersey were fined $ 500,000 Friday for serving customer drinks with lower alcohol content than ordered. The investigators visited 63 establishments in New Jersey, including the TGI Friday’s. They asked for their drinks 'neat' with no stones or mixers. Instead of drinking their orders, the detectives tested 150 samples with an alcohol authenticator to make sure they were getting the correct alcohol. "On a very fundamental level, this is a very wrong practice," said Michael Halfacre, director of the New Jersey Division for Control of Alcoholic Beverage.

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17. Taco Bells coarse finger food

  • Where: Lake Wales, Florida
  • What happened: One woman found an acrylic fingernail in her nachos.
  • The details: When a drive through with Taco Bell confused a couple's order, the clerk gave them an order for cheesy nachos as a replacement. While the couple was eating, the woman discovered an acrylic nail buried in it. After becoming physically ill at the sight, AOL informed the manager that they had given the Taco Bell corporate headquarters the wrong number. When they contacted Corporate, they turned down the $ 40 gift card the company was offering them and vowed never to eat there again.

Next: Who would have thought that such a small ingredient could be so deadly?

18. Chi-Chi hasn't checked his spring onions

  • Where: A location in Pennsylvania
  • What happened: Chi-Chi forced one of its Pennsylvania locations to close after the company was found guilty of the largest hepatitis A outbreak ever to hit an American restaurant. According to the New York Times, 660 people ate contaminated shallots and contracted hepatitis A in the process. Tragically, four people died in the outbreak. Chi-Chi no longer operates in the United States or Canada. The chain only exists in Belgium, Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates.

Next: That burger order was wrong.

19. A diner 'sticks it' to Burger King

  • Where: Honolulu, Hawaii
  • What happened: A retired army sergeant found needles in his burger.
  • The details: The unusual interior of the sandwich, bought at a Burger King in Hawaii, buried its tongue and buried in his small intestine. After the sergeant's hospitalization, he reached an agreement with the US Army, but had to rule out Burger King; His hospital bill was waived and received $ 50,000.

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20. Food manipulation is fun in Dominoes

  • Where: Conover, North Carolina
  • What happened: One prank made customers think that their food had been tampered with.
  • Employees filmed putting nasal mucus on sandwiches violating health regulations before allegedly sending the food off for delivery. Staff said they didn't actually deliver the food, but the chain fired them accusing them of delivering prohibited food. "We were blinded by two idiots with a video camera and a terrible idea," said Dominos spokesman Tim McIntyre.

Next: Without this illegal activity, fast food is unhealthy enough.

21. A side of pills at Burger King

  • Where: Jacksonville, Florida
  • What happened: Two customers found hydrocodone pills in their food.
  • The details: In 2010, a woman found a blue pill in her Burger King chicken sandwich after almost swallowing it. The local fire department confirmed it was hydrocodone, a prescription pain reliever. Shortly afterwards, another BK restaurant discovered a blue tablet in its fish sandwich in the same place. The culprit? A new employee pleaded guilty to "two food poisoning charges with intent to kill or injure someone," according to the Florida Times-Union. The 20-year-old was sentenced to five years in prison.

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