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


‘Is that mould?’ Woman’s picture of a McDonald’s Quarter Pounder sparks outrage and confusion

  • Woman received McDonald’s burger with excessive amounts of salt and pepper
  • She posted photos sparking an online debate about her strange burger
  • One person even suggested the smattering of seasoning was mould  

A customer at a McDonald’s has been left shocked at what she discovered inside her burger, with others also stunned by the photos she put online.

The woman took photos of the Quarter Pounder she purchased at a southwest Sydney outlet, with the cheese covered in what could be a high amount of salt and pepper, but which confused viewers.

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

One person suggested that it could be something worse.

‘Is that mould?’ the commenter asked. 

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

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

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

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

The purchaser said she did not even ask for salt and pepper on the burger. 

Others commented that excessive salt and pepper seemed to be common  on burgers from McDonald’s restaurants in the area, saying the same thing had happened to them. 

Others commented that excessive salt and pepper was a common occurrence on burgers from McDonald's restaurants in the area, saying the same thing had happened to them (pictured, a McDonald's restaurant)

Others commented that excessive salt and pepper was a common occurrence on burgers from McDonald’s restaurants in the area, saying the same thing had happened to them (pictured, a McDonald’s restaurant)

McDonald’s responded to the woman’s post with a statement in which it said it appreciated the customer’s feedback, reported Yahoo News. 

‘We strive to deliver consistently great tasting food and a great experience for our customers,’ the spokesperson said.

‘We welcome all feedback – the good and not so good – so we can make the experience better for our customers next time.’

‘Customers can provide feedback in our restaurants or reach out via mcfeedback@au.mcd.com and we will be in touch to resolve.’

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