Oh, yawn, yet another human-body-parts-found-in-fast-food story. Someone had a lot of fun writing this article, though:
The chili was made from scratch at midday on Tuesday and served for five hours before the finger was discovered. Health officials say it is cooked at 170 degrees.
Well OK then. It may be a torn off human finger tip, but its COOKED at the approved food-safe temperature.
Officials have launched what they call a trace-back. They are going to contact all of the food processors who made the ingredients. Somewhere, someone is missing a finger.
Of course what happens if they don’t find the finger’s owner? In which fast food product can we find the rest of him?