Connect with us

Western Sentinel

BBC Investigation Finds Human Feces In McDonald’s Products

Health

BBC Investigation Finds Human Feces In McDonald’s Products

***WARNING***
Disturbing discovery!

Human crap was found in McDonald’s products…. Disgusting!

First let me say… Ewe, ewe, ewe! I may never look at McDonald’s products the same! This has become a major issue in the UK. Earlier on it was reported that the UK found human feces in Starbuck’s drinks. Now it looks to be even more far spread than that.

From  Top Secret Leaks:

 An undercover investigation by a BBC consumer program has revealed that ice used in beverages in McDonald’s, Burger King and KFC in the UK contains fecal bacteria.

Experts from the program “Watchdog” tested ten samples at each of the chains for traces of “fecal coliform” that is found in human and animal feces and cause a number of diseases.

The coliforms were discovered in three samples of McDonald’s drinks, six from Burger King and in seven samples taken at KFC food outlets. Four of the samples collected from Burger King and five from KFC reportedly had “significant” levels of the bacteria.

[…] The Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA), a UK government body responsible for control of water standards, says coliform bacteria should not be present in any water used by people.

Well, I will be sure to never eat any fast food from the UK if I ever find myself there… I’m a bit hesitant about regular restaurants too. And here’s the theory that conservatives all over the net have about how the human feces got there…

Some Muslims use their right hand to catch their poop and throw it in the trash. They also stand on the seat and squat, always footprints on the seat. They also use water bottles to “clean themselves” but do not wash. Wonder where this is coming from? What do you think? Please comment below…

SOURCE

Continue Reading
You may also like...
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

More in Health

To Top