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Live Mouse Found In McDonalds Hamburger Buns

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Uploaded on Jan 15, 2012

www.nyourfacetv1.com A now former employee at a McDonald's in
Philadelphia claims he saw the rodent while on
the job and whipped out his cell phone camera.
He's talking only to Fox about what his manager
told him to do with that food.
The man says this happened when he worked for
the McDonald's on Stenton Avenue in the
Philadelphia's West Oak Lane section.
The Fox 29 viewer contacted us because he says
he was so disturbed by what was happening, he
wanted to warn customers:
In the video is a bag of hamburger buns used to
make Big Macs. Inside that bag, a mouse is
scurrying around, making contact with who
knows how many buns.
You can see the mouse in the raw video.
"That wasn't the first time. That was about the
sixth or seventh time. That's what made me like,
I got to get video of this," said Karruim Demaio,
the former employee.
Demaio tells us he shot the video with his
cellphone camera on November 14th, in the
back storage room of this McDonald's on
Stenton Avenue at Haines, in West Oak Lane.
"I was going back there to get something else
and I heard some rustling, so I turned around,
and I look, I seen a mouse inside the bread. Not
on top of the package, but inside of the
package," he said.
In the video, the brown object in the center-
right of the screen is apparent. You can see the
tail come into focus as the mouse squirms
between the buns.
"I was working there from October of 2010 to
January of this year. There hasn't been a time
when we couldn't go in the back and see mouse
droppings on the bread," Demaio said.
Demaio told Fox 29 his boss ordered employees
to brush off the droppings, and serve the bread
to customers.
Fox 29 spoke to another former employee who
did not want to be identified. He says he was
fired for not showing up to work. That
employee confirmed what Demaio told us.
What's more, that former employee says he
once saw the general manager brush off the
droppings herself.

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