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Woman’s picture of a McDonald’s Quarter Pounder sparks outrage and confusion

“Is that mold?” Photo of a woman from a McDonald’s Quarter Pounder sparks outrage and confusion

  • Woman got McDonald’s hamburger with too much salt and pepper
  • She posted photos that sparked an online debate about her strange citizen
  • One person even suggested the bit of spice was mold?

A McDonald’s customer has been left shocked after discovering an excessive amount of salt and pepper in her burger.

The woman took photos of the Quarter Pounder she bought from an outlet in southwestern Sydney and decided to share them online, where people quickly speculated about its contents.

“Can I have a quarter pounder with my salt and pepper?” the woman joked in her post.

One person suggested it could be something worse.

“Is that mold?” the commentator asked.

A McDonald's customer in southwestern Sydney has been left shocked after discovering what appeared to be an excessive amount of salt and pepper (pictured) in her burger

A McDonald’s customer in southwestern Sydney has been left shocked after discovering what appeared to be an excessive amount of salt and pepper (pictured) in her burger

The woman pulled the burger apart and found a bit too much salt and pepper flavoring the beef and cheese (pictured)

The woman pulled the burger apart and found a bit too much salt and pepper flavoring the beef and cheese (pictured)

Another person said they had never seen a McDonalds burger like this before.

The buyer said she didn’t even ask for salt and pepper on the burger.

Others noted that excessive salt and pepper is common in burgers from McDonald’s restaurants in the area, and said the same had happened to them.

Others noted that excessive salt and pepper is common in burgers from McDonald's restaurants in the area, and said the same had happened to them (pictured, a McDonald's restaurant)

Others noted that excessive salt and pepper is common in burgers from McDonald’s restaurants in the area, and said the same had happened to them (pictured, a McDonald’s restaurant)

McDonald’s responded to the woman’s post with a statement saying it appreciated customer feedback Yahoo News

“We strive to consistently deliver great food and a great experience for our customers,” the spokesperson said.

“We welcome all feedback – good and bad – so we can make the experience better for our customers next time.”

‘Customers can give feedback in our restaurants or contact us at mcfeedback@au.mcd.com and we will contact you to resolve it.’

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