McFrog and Fries, Said No One Ever: Investigation Launched Over Frog in McDonald’s Burger in Mpumalanga

McFrog and Fries, Said No One Ever: Investigation Launched Over Frog in McDonald’s Burger in Mpumalanga

  • A man and his daughter got a surprise in their McDonald’s meal that they were not loving, a whole entire frog
  • The furious customer snapped some shots of the McFroggie and took to social media to share his disgust
  • Apparently, McDonald’s is looking into the matter, however, the people of Mzansi are not convinced this situation is true

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Casually going about his day, picking up some McDonald’s on his way home, a man was caught off guard when he opened his daughter’s burger and found prince charming in frog form chilling on the patty. Ain’t nobody kissing a frog, not today, my man!

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McDonald's has launched an investigation after a frog was found in a burger in Mpumalanga. Image: Getty Images
Source: Getty Images

There have been many odd things found in burgers, but we are almost sure a whole entire frog is a first for Mzansi. Poor guy must have been hungry and just wanted a little chompy chomp, LOL.

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The enraged father took a bunch of snaps of the cute critter smothered in mayo and took to Facebook to name and shame Secunda McDonald’s.

Adding a little humour to the absolutely absurd incident, the man ended his rant with:

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“Yes, you see right, it's a McFroggie!”

Business Insider reported that a case of investigation has been opened and that McDonald’s is taking it very seriously. How a frog got onto one of their burgers, they do not know but McInestigators are on it!

"We take this matter very seriously and are working with all parties to ensure this is resolved," said Daniel Padiachy, chief of marketing, communications, IT and supply chain at McDonald's.

Avid McDonald eaters are in utter disbelief of the Mctastrophy

Seeing the shocking news ALL over social media, McDonald’s lovers felt the need to weigh in and defend their favourite fast-food restaurant. How the heck did this happen, it has to be a scam, right? People are hoping it is all just for laughs or they’ll have to ditch Ronald for Colonel Sanders.

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Take a look at some of the comments:

@LuciaZondo said:

“I don't believe it one bit, how does a frog end up in the kitchen? Survive in a hot burger? Makes no sense ”

@norman_sebate said:

“I don't believe this even in a flash. You might have a bad experience with the store before, so you thought of a plan to tarnish their image and try to get one's child fired. Or maybe o broke o batla zaaka ya mahala. O sele ntate kwena kraft. Wanting izzy money.”

@ziggleton said:

@HokoBongi87 said:

Snaps of yucky 5 year old McDonald’s burger go viral and Mzansi wants to gag

In other disturbing McDonald’s news, Briefly News reported that a woman took to social media to share a snap of a five-year-old burger she kept hidden in her cupboard and peeps are dumbfounded. Megan Condry took to her Facebook to tell the tale of the forgotten cheeseburger:

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“I bought it for lunch one day on the way to work and forgot about it and then found it on my backseat 5 days later. I decided to keep it because in the 5 days it had not molded, smelled or looked bad so I wanted to see what a few years would do.”

Condry bought the burger in 2017 and decided to keep as an experiment.

Source: Briefly News

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