Chicken head found in McDonald’s Happy Meal
mother decided to eat them. Without actually watching what she was doing she was bringing a big chicken nugget to her mouth, just when her 8-year old son yelled not to eat it. Despite the crust, she looked at the nugget to find that it looked just like a chicken’s head. The mother pressed charges and demanded 100,000 dollars compensation. So next time when you have chicken nugget remember to double check as it would be another 100k dollars worth of jackpot.
Dead mouse found in a Curry Sauce
Cate Barrett bought a jar of Tikka Masala sauce from her local Asda store, she wasn’t expecting to find a a dead rodent mouse which had somehow ended up in the jar. She took the dead animal and the jar of Asda Extra Special sauce back to the shop where a manager apologized and said it would be sent for examination.
Subway 7-inch special – A 7-inch knife found in a Subway Bun
John Agnesini, 27 sued his local Subway restaurant after he made a frightening discovery a knife baked right into the bun. He was shocked to find the surprise ingredient, and a large one at that, in his sandwich.
A Dead frog found in a Diet Pepsi…. after took a Thirsty Gulp
Fred DeNegri was grilling in his backyard when he cracked open a can of Diet Pepsi. After he took a thirsty gulp, he immediately started gagging. The flavor of that Pepsi was rank and the texture was thick like slime. He quickly took it to a sink and shook out the contents until some “dark stuff” slid out. Completely disgusted, he immediately called poison control and the FDA (Food and Drug Administration), and the can was taken in for lab testing to identify the source of the sludgy mess. The couple received a copy of the completed report from the FDA Office of Regulatory Affairs, which concluded the foreign matter appeared to be a frog or a toad.
Poop found in ice cream
A family pressed charges for being served poop in their ice cream after they complained about noise during a football match. State government food minister Ian Macdonald confirmed that frozen fecal matter had been found in a serving of chocolate ice cream offered to placate pub patron Steve Whyte and his wife Jessica.