A sheriff’s deputy accused McDonald’s workers from taking a bite from his sandwich — but it turns he forgot he took a bit out of it.
The officer, identified only as “DJ,” regularly buys food from the Indianapolis area restaurant.
After buying a McChicken sandwich, the officer discovered a bite taken from it when he went to eat it later in the day.
He returned the restaurant, where a supervisor offered him free food, which he refused.
His office launched an investigation into the incident.
As it turns out, the officer had taken a bit of the sandwich before putting it in a break room refrigerator — but then apparently forgot about it.
He “wrongly concluded that a McDonald’s employee had tampered with his food because he is a law enforcement officer.”
The local McDonald’s cooperated with the investigation, which found no one tampered with the officer’s food.Click here to read the full story »