These parts were measured from four to eight millimeters and the American company did not know how they got one of their orders.
The Kanazawi Health Center (Ishikawa, Japan) announced that the items McDonald's client found in the McMuffin egg carton last August were parts of a broken human tooth measuring four to eight millimeters, the portal writes. AsiaOne.
The victim understood the situation when he wanted to eat a sandwich: realizing that he had some strange parts, he decided to hand it over to the authorities.
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The sanitary facility was officially certified by McDonald's headquarters in Japan, where this restaurant chain claims to have explored a Japanese factory in the Aichi Prefecture – where a roller was – and another headquarters in the United States.
Although he could not find out how these tooth parts ended in one of his orders, a spokesman for that company in the Japanese territory said he would "work hard" to serve the products that his clients can enjoy.