While many people have claimed that McDonald’s restaurant is not serving fresh beef in their famous sandwiches, a customer recently captured a ‘MAGGOT LARVAE’ crawling through her Big Mac.
When Yasmine Batur bit into her McDonald’s hamburger, she quickly realized that it wasn’t all dead. When she looked closer at what she was eating, she saw the little critters crawling around inside her meat. That’s right. The McDonald’s beef was rancid and maggot-ridden. That’s not fresh at all.
Her partner vomited after seeing the maggots so she took to Facebook to share a video- with a caption: “just sat down to enjoy a double quarter pounder… when I saw all the lovely maggots enjoying it too.”
Batur was eating a Quarter Pounder when she realized that moving maggots were still squirming within the “fresh” beef.
Realizing that many people will not believe what she saw, she took a video of her sandwich with maggots crawling on it and shared it on Facebook. From there it quickly went viral as people grasped that they could have been eating maggots all along if they didn’t carefully check their food before eating.
The video shows her pulling apart her burger. Between the melted cheese and beef patty appears to be a number of live maggots crawling around.
She then went on to accuse McDonald’s of hypocrisy after claiming they serve quality food. This is clearly not fresh or quality.
“How dare they serve this to unsuspecting customers. Michael, unfortunately, finished his before I saw it and is violently vomiting.”
Since the video was posted and shared online, McDonald’s Australia denied that Batur ever ate at one of their restaurants. They said it was impossible that they were serving maggots on their quarter pounders.
“It’s not possible for this to occur in our restaurants. Our food is cooked at incredibly high temperatures,’ a spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia. ‘We encourage the customer to get in contact with us so we can discuss further.”
The allegations are not the first of their kind involving the fast food restaurant in the country. One customer claimed to have found maggots in their Chicken McNuggets in Salamander bay, New South Wales, in August and another said they found worms in a burger bought near Brisbane the same month.