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Teen finds fingertip in sandwich

18/05/2012 11:30:00 AM
Nick Pearson MSN NZ
The fingertip was found in an Arby's sandwich (Getty)
The fingertip was found in an Arby's sandwich (Getty)

A US teenager found a piece of a fast food employee's finger in his roast beef sandwich.

Ryan Hart, 14, was eating the sandwich in the car park of an Arby's restaurant in Michigan when he tasted something rubbery.

"I was like, 'that's got to be a finger'," he told the Jackson Citizen-Patriot.

"I was about to puke — it was just nasty."

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An employee at the fast food chain had accidentally cut off the pad of her finger on a meat slicer and went to a back room to treat herself without telling other staff.

Other workers took over without realising what had happened and accidentally put the piece of flesh into the roast beef sandwich.

The piece of finger was several millimetres thick and several centimetres long.

After finding out about the incident, staff shut down food production but did not close the restaurant.

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