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Mouse found in MCDONALD'S Big Mac bag of buns, worker says served anyway

A MCDONALD'S worker filmed a MOUSE running around bag of Big Mac buns. And he says bosses later ordered staff to brush off the droppings and serve them to customers.Former employee Karruim Demaio says he captured the footage on his mobile phone camera to expose his former restaurant in Philadelphia, in the US. "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." Demaoi's grizzly store room clip - filmed in November - was aired by TV channel Fox 29 and is now being forwarded around the world. He contacted the show to make the claims about the store, which had previously been rapped for "unacceptable public health conditions" by the Philadelphia Health Department. Demaoi added: "There hasn't been a time when we couldn't go in the back and see mouse droppings on the bread." The McDonald's store's owner Ken Youngblood later released a statement saying: "We are going to continue to investigate this claim to make certain we have all the facts. I want my customers to know that I am taking this matter seriously and will immediately address any issues that may exist."

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A MCDONALD'S worker filmed a MOUSE running around bag of Big Mac buns. And he says bosses later ordered staff to brush off the droppings and serve them to customers.Former employee Karruim Demaio says he captured the footage on his mobile phone camera to expose his former restaurant in Philadelphia, in the US.

"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."

Demaoi's grizzly store room clip - filmed in November - was aired by TV channel Fox 29 and is now being forwarded around the world.

He contacted the show to make the claims about the store, which had previously been rapped for "unacceptable public health conditions" by the Philadelphia Health Department.

Demaoi added: "There hasn't been a time when we couldn't go in the back and see mouse droppings on the bread."

The McDonald's store's owner Ken Youngblood later released a statement saying: "We are going to continue to investigate this claim to make certain we have all the facts. I want my customers to know that I am taking this matter seriously and will immediately address any issues that may exist."

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