Chile: McDonald’s unit closed by authorities after serving hamburger with a mouse’s tail to a customer

Posted on July 18, 2012 • Filed under: Chile, Latin America Health, TRAVEL

Araucania health officials banned the operation this morning, McDonald’s Portal Temuco then confirmed the presence of a mouse tail in a hamburger consumed by a customer on June 21. According to reports by the Head of the Department of Health Action SEREMI, Waldo Armstrong, upon investigation it was found that indeed the foreign element had found a local client to consume a burger was part of the tail of a rodent, which joined other local bad practices eventually led to the prohibition of operation. On June 21, a customer who ate a burger at the local temuquense reported that he found a mouse’s tail in his food, so they filed a complaint with the Health Seremi Araucania. Read Article

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