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McDonald Employee Spits and Serves Drinks Video

I remember a comedy scene in a Tamil Film where an irritated boy serves cool drink mixed with Urine!

I do not know what we eat in these class(!) Joints!

Tea served at McD0nald

McDonald Sweet Tea

South Carolina police say a McDonald’s employee spit in two customers’ cups of iced tea after the drinks were returned because they weren’t sweet enough.

Authorities say 19-year-old Marvin Washington Jr. was arrested on Wednesday and has been charged with malicious tampering with food.

Investigators say surveillance video caught Washington leaning over the cups before filling them Saturday at the Simpsonville restaurant.

Authorities say the customers discovered phlegm when they removed the lids of the drinks to add more sugar because the iced tea still wasn’t sweet enough.

The owner of the McDonald’s says he follows strict food safety protocols and asked people not to rush to judgment until all the facts come out.


Human milk ice cream on sale.

Hope this does not /start spread a new disease.

A central London ice-cream parlour has started selling ice-cream made with human breast milk. The Icecreamists in Covent Garden, London, have named their unusual delicacy Baby Gaga.

The treat is made by mixing breast milk with Madagascan vanilla pods and lemon zest. The milk has been donated by women who were paid £15 for every 10 ounces of their bodily fluid.

The dessert is offered up in a martini glass to those daring enough to try it for £14. Liquid nitrogen is also poured into the glass using a syringe.

Despite its unusual ingredient, the company said the “organic, free-range and totally natural” product sold out when launched today.

“The response has been amazing. People at first say it’s disgusting because it’s a bodily fluid, but so is cow’s milk,” said owner Matt O’Connor. “People love it when they try it.”

The company paid women who donated their breast milk after health screening. The Food Standards Agency says there are no specific laws prohibiting businesses from selling human milk products, but they must comply with general food safety laws to ensure the product is safe for consumption.