Woman finds Swastika drawn on McDonald’s bun
MOREHEAD, NC – During most McDonald’s trips, the worst thing that could happen is your order coming out wrong, but when Charleigh Matice of Morehead, North Carolina, opened up her chicken sandwich, she discovered something far more unappetizing: a swastika painted onto the bun in butter.
“I went to put mayonnaise on my sandwich and that’s when I noticed it,” she said.
The surprise appearance of the Nazi symbol hit Matrice hard since her own grandfather fought in World War II.
“Many, many people died because of that symbol and it’s not something that should be taken lightly, and it’s not something that should be thrown around,” she said.
Matrice got her money back, but she still wasn’t lovin’ it.
“Maybe it needs to be part of training maybe brought up more often so that people know that this is not okay.”
You wouldn’t think “don’t paint Nazi symbols on buns” would need to be a required topic during McDonald’s training, but hey, whatever works.
The employee responsible for the offensive topping has since been fired.
There shouldn’t be any scarier sights at Mickey D’s than good old Ronald McDonald.