There’s been a lot of controversy in recent years regarding the food served at McDonald’s. However, the latest speculation about the meat this famous fast food chain uses exceeds all expectations. A report which contains a shocking audio confession by a man claiming McDonald’s uses human meat as a filler in their 100% beef hamburgers along with proved facts that McDonald’s has been accused of using worm meat fillers was published recently. This report impelled food inspectors to investigate the matter further and allegedly find human and horse meat in the freezers of an Oklahoma City McDonald’s meat factory.
Inspectors also found human meat in several trucks on their way to deliver the burgers to the fast food restaurants. There are reports which suggest that upon inspecting McDonald’s factories and food restaurants throughout the country, food authorities found human meat in 90% of the locations, while horse meat was found in 65% of the locations. In the words of FBI agent Lloyd Harrison for Huzler, “The worst part is that it’s not only human meat, it’s child meat. The body parts were found across the US factories and were deemed too small to be adult body parts. This is truly horrible.”
As far as cannibalism goes, it originated thousands of years ago. In fact, there are a few tribes today that still practice it as a cultural cult. Sadly, cannibalism is also present in the modern world. In 2013 a North Korean man was sentenced to death for killing his children for food. In America the people who supported eating human meat, Jeffrey Dahmer and Albert Fish, were proclaimed insane.
Now, it’s expected of McDonald’s fast food restaurants to give answers to their consumers! How long has this human meat been used? Where did those children come from? The McDonald’s facilities are under thorough investigation and authorities are hopeful to have all of these questions answered as soon as possible. What you can do in the meanwhile is avoid these places and their food altogether!
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