Indiana police officer who claimed that a McDonald's employee was aiming at him because he was an agent by taking a bite out of his McChicken before he forgot him, he actually was the one who nibbled the sandwich
- A police officer named & # 39; DJ & # 39; said a McDonald & # 39; s employee ate part of the sandwich before giving it to him on July 14
- When DJ started warming up the sandwich, he saw that a bite was missing
- DJ believed that the employee sabotaged his food because he was a police officer
- The police released a statement about the investigation 12 days later
- It turned out that DJ forgot that he ate part of the sandwich before he put it in the fridge
An Indiana police officer who claimed that a McDonald's employee sabotaged his McChicken by taking a bite out of it before he handed it over because he is an agent has now revealed that he himself was the sandwich saboteur.
A police officer from Marion County Sheriff & # 39; s Office, named & # 39; DJ & # 39 ;, told WTHR that he had gone to his regular McDonald's in Indianapolis, Indiana and ordered a McChicken sandwich, fries, and chocolate chip cookies on July 14.
He then collected his food and went to work, where he opened the order.
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An Indiana police officer named & # 39; DJ & # 39; claimed that a McDonald & # 39; s employee had attacked him by taking a bite out of his McChicken (photo) before giving it to him because he was an agent
DJ & # 39; s receipt showing what time he ordered the sandwich and from which McDonald & # 39; s it came
& # 39; I started warming up my McChicken and saw several small bites. I know I didn't eat it. No one else was around, & DJ told the news station on July 15.
He said he was going back to McDonald's, where he spoke to the supervisor in an attempt to find out who the person was and then deal with that person in an appropriate way.
A McDonald & # 39; s spokesperson told WTHR that they would investigate the incident – which they claimed to be isolated – and find out what happened.
Twelve days later, the Marion County Sheriff & # 39; s Office released a statement revealing that both she and the McDonald & # 39; s in question had conducted an investigation into the McChicken incident.
DJ & # 39; s sheriff & # 39; s office and the McDonald & # 39; s in question then investigated the issue. Twelve days later they issued a statement about the results of the study
It turned out that DJ had forgotten that he had bitten the unspoiled sandwich before he put it in the fridge that afternoon (file image)
The police officer had forgotten that he had nibbled on his sandwich before he put it in the fridge that night.
DJ & # 39; wrongly concluded that a McDonald & # 39; s restaurant employee had tampered with his food because he is a law enforcement officer & # 39 ;, said the police statement obtained by the news station.
What actually happened was that he & # 39; took a bite out of the sandwich when he started his service in Marion County jail and then placed it in the fridge in a break room. He returned almost seven hours later after forgetting that he had bitten the sandwich earlier. & # 39;
Police said their investigation found that McDonald & # 39; s restaurant staff had not tampered with the employee's food in any way. and that DJ & # 39; has since formally apologized to McDonald & # 39; s. & # 39;
The Sheriff's office then named McDonald's & # 39; s a valued citizen partner & # 39 ;.
It is unclear whether DJ will continue to order food from those McDonald's or look for a new location to patronize.
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