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DISGUSTING: Man Shares Stomach-Turning Pics of What Really Goes on Inside McDonald’s

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Ok, this story has got me questioning not only whether or not I’ll ever EAT at McDonald’s again, but whether or not I’ll even step foot in the door.

After all, if you want to avoid infectious disease, you don’t hang out in a cesspool.

And, apparently, that’s what some McDonald’s outlets have become.

A man who worked at a McDonald’s in Louisiana took to Twitter to expose the filthy condition of its kitchen. He was later fired for doing so.

From The Daily Mail:

A man who claimed to work in McDonalds has shared stomach-churning photos of what he claims came out of one of the fast food chain’s ice cream machines.

The image shows a metal tray that he claims came out of one of the chain’s ice cream machines – and it appears to be full of green gunk.

People were quick to comment saying it must be the remnants of a grease trap, to which he responded: ‘This is the side of the ice cream machine! It’s not from a grease trap.’

He then shared photos of the grease trap itself, before sharing more photos of dirty machinery and floors. 

He told his followers: ‘I got fired from McDonald’s. I strategically planned this because I start working at my new job Friday. I planned on losing my job.’

Now, surely not every McDonald’s restaurant is like this. It is a franchise chain, and different owners likely have very different standards.

But how are we, the customers, to know whether we’ve stepped into a clean or a feculent McDonald’s?

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