A breakfast, lunch, and dinner rush should be no problem if you are near a fast food chain where you can grab a quick sandwich to fill your stomach. However, I suggest you make it a habit to check your food order before taking the first bite no matter how hungry you are. Here’s why.
Fast food restaurants such as Subway and McDonald’s have serviced us very well for the longest time when it comes to speedy meal preparation. I love McDonald’s and its Big Mac. There’s no arguing with that. Also, Subway’s nutritious sandwiches are perfect for my daily brunch in days I woke up late for work.
But upon watching the video below, I was taken aback. I told myself never to eat at Subway and McDonald’s again. Yet, I thought again and realized, that’s quite impossible!
Though I am not a regular McDonald’s and Subway goer, I believe their service is necessary at times like what I mentioned above. Having said that, I guess totally removing these two food chain products in my system is not achievable.
So I just made a promise to myself that I will never ever take a bite on any fast food order without double checking what’s in it. I don’t want any of the stories below happening to me. For you to understand where I’m coming from, read on.
The Sandwiched Knife At Subway Food Chain
Everyone would love to have a sandwich customized to their own choice of meat and veggies. Maybe this is why Subway’s sandwiches are a hit.
But there’s this story of an unbelievable incident that circulated the internet. An Astoria, Queens man allegedly found a 7-inch knife baked into his sandwich! Oh, gosh!
So here’s how it happened. Mr. Agnesini grabbed a sandwich from a Subway store at West 35th Street. After taking his first few bites, he noticed that there was something wrong. It didn’t taste right!
Realizing that this shouldn’t be how the sandwich tastes, he flipped the bread and was shocked to find a 7-inch knife! Luckily for him, the part he bit was the side with the handle and not the blade. If he hadn’t immediately checked it, he could have sliced the side of his mouth!
Incidents like this, as you know, won’t just pass without a lawsuit. Reports said that the man had a $20,000 deal with Subway, which was axed due to a breach of confidentiality. The horrifying story happened in 2008.
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