Skip to comments.Woman says key chain was in her burger
Posted on 06/18/2005 11:39:39 PM PDT by kingattax
MIDDLETOWN -- A Middletown woman who bought a double cheeseburger at a fast food drive-through says she chipped a tooth on a keychain when she bit into the sandwich.
Penny Needham says shes talking to a lawyer. The manager of the McDonalds restaurant has asked police to investigate how the keychain got into the burger.
In March, a Las Vegas woman told police she found a fingertip in a bowl of chili at a Wendys restaurant in San Jose, California. That woman has been jailed on charges that she planted the finger in the chili.
Maybe they are mine. I've been trying to start my car with a slice of pickle.
Does this qualify as one of those "metal in the cheese" burger stories?
Give her the cost of the dental work and her lost pay for that day and tell her to go home and get a life.
Well, it WAS the drive-through...
fingers in chili...keychains in burgers....Jeez, what's next ?
Reminds me of an episode of the Simpsons in which Krusty the Clown had a promotion for his "Krusty-Oh's" cereal (a take-off on Cheerios). In each box you were challenged to find a jagged metal Krusty Oh that was mixed in with all the other regular oat Krusty Ohs. Woo-hoo! ... D'OH!
Believe it or not, I actually found two little pieces of onion in my whopper the other day. It was hard to tell at first, cause as usual, the burger looked like it had been run over by an 18-wheeler.
"Want keys with that?"
what a concept..lol
I'd like a #3, please, extra pickles, hold the keychain.
Ah, GOOD work. You saved the evidence! Smart guy you.
(what did the key open)?
lol....thats the question of the day !
Does it look like a safe deposit box key? Or a key to a jewelry glass counter case? If so reply to me. If not, just go ahead and move on..lol.
"Want keys with that?"
Smarter, keychains can't be DNA-tested.
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Now you know that's how they make them tender, Chuck. BTW, where-the-hell have you been?
Stay well, pal..............FRegards
On Friday I stopped at a taco joint in town. On my first bite of chicken burrito, I found a piece of chicken bone (about 8mm x 6mm) in my mouth. I put in on the plate and ate the rest of the burrito without incident
This was an adult happy meal! This is Middletown, Ohio by the way and that is where I live. If I were to guess what happened my guess would be that one of the local Briars, who carries his keys on a long chain just got it caught in a burger. All they had to do is wait a bit and he would have found out he could start his truck and he would have come back in to get them.
Not to disparage Middletown more than it deserves, but many graduates from MHS hopes and aspirations are tied to empolyment at this very McDonalds.
The other day I bit into a dash board of 1957 Chevie that was in a Big Mac, the key's were missing. I wonder...
At some point we, as a people, are going to have to re-learn that, if you want it made perfectly, learn to make it so yourself. If you want the ease and convenience of buying it mass produced from some outfit that makes billions of them, you take what you get.
I got burned out after 8 years of Clinton, Chinagate, WenHo, FBI Files, Hillary, Whitewater, Los Alamos, Monica, Pardons, AF # 1, Whitehouse Trashing, WHouse Silver/Dish Thefts, Whitehouse eMail, Reno, Halfbrite, ClintonPimps-Bill Richardson etal,Johnny Chung, Charlie Trie, John Huang, Al Gore, Illegal Aliens, INS Doris M, girls in the military, impeachment, Vince Foster, NAFTA, China-WTO, etc etcetcetcetcetcetcetc........
Now I see W Bush ignoring the borders, encouraging Illegal Invaders, and rewarding them as US citizens. It's time for some old -fashioned gonzo journalism...
I have noticed a number of the old screennames don't seem to around anymore, but they too could be taking a break.
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