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September 16, 2021

McDonald's Customer Claims He Found a Pig Nipple in His Bacon Roll

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A McDonald's patron discovered something that made his stomach cut with disgust. He has since laid a complaint, expressing that the franchise's alleged negligence has caused him to possibly make a life-changing decision. 

Although the fast-food chain is adamant that Simon Robinson did not come across a pig's nipple, the 27-year-old insists this was the case. The customer stated that it deterred him from wanting to eat the bacon roll he had ordered. 

Robinson has said that the experience was so harrowing that he is genuinely thinking about giving up all animal products and going vegan. 

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Due to his Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), the McDonald's patron explained, he always makes sure to see what is inside his bacon roll, which is a regular choice for him. This time, his decision to inspect his food was completely warranted; he 

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“I dare not eat it but I did eat the rest of the roll.”

Since then, the 27-year-old has made a complaint. The aggravated purchaser has contacted the fast-food franchise directly, to which a representative has spoken out in response.

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The spokesperson said they were currently in dialogue with the relevant complainant. They claimed that they were moving forward with assisting the said individual.

The Twitter user claimed that the journalist made the issue seem on par with a full-on pandemic.

However, the fast-food franchise maintained that there was no pig nipple in the roll. McDonald's assuredness in this claim is due to the purported fact that the location of the cut would not produce this outcome. 

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As a top-rated globally known franchise, McDonald's has a reputation to uphold. So beyond nipples in bacon roles, expectations are always incredibly high, and in one case, their customers were quite upset over not being able to buy their milkshakes. 

This is why the word "distraught" was used when McDonald's ran out of milkshakes. However, this shortage, covered by ITV's Peter Smith across state lines, was said to be painted as a little too catastrophic by viewers. 

The journalist toured many franchise branches and spoke to different customers, coming up with a story that many saw as overstated. One Twitter user who shared Smith's footage on their account expressed their belief that the coverage was utterly ridiculous. 

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The Twitter user claimed that the journalist made the issue seem on par with a full-on pandemic. While interviewing customers, Smith came across a man who said he felt "distraught" over the milkshake deficit.

Another woman was in absolute disbelief that the franchise was currently out of stock of this sweetened milk. Whether these disgruntled McDonald's consumers will ever recover from alleged pork nipples or milkshake scarcity is something only time will tell. 

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