“I took a bite and there was a crunch.”
Sound like something you’ve heard from a patient requesting an emergency appointment?
Maybe she chipped a tooth while eating. But the “eeww” factor increases exponentially if the tooth she finds in her food is not her own.
Last week in Japan, a woman dining at McDonald’s bit into a hamburger and discovered fragments later identified as “dental material,” according to a report by food.ndtv.com
Definitely not included in the calorie count.
The aforementioned quote was hers, in footage that aired Friday.
The news, confirmed by McDonald’s that same day, came two days after the company admitted several foreign objects had been found in food at Japanese outlets, including a human tooth in a container of french fries at an outlet in Osaka.
A crunch heard round the world?