The bits measured from four to eight millimeters long and the American company do not know how they came to one of their orders.
A health center in Kanazawa (Ishikawa, Japan) has announced that the items a McDonald's customer found in an egg McMuffin burger in August was the piece of a broken human tooth measuring four to eight millimeters, reports the portal. AsiaOne.
The victim realized the situation when he was about to eat that sandwich: perceiving that it contained some strange pieces, he decided to hand it over to the authorities.
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The sanitation plant received an official report from McDonald's headquarters in Japan, where this restaurant chain claims that it investigated both a Japanese factory in the Aichi Prefecture – where the roll was made – and another headquarters in the United States.
Although he could not find out how these teeth ended in one of his orders, the spokesman for this company in Japanese territory said that "they will work hard" to serve products that their customers can enjoy.