McDonald’s Customer Posts Videos of Alleged ‘Rock’ Breakfast Sandwich

By Jack Phillips
Jack Phillips
Jack Phillips
Senior Reporter
Jack Phillips is a reporter at The Epoch Times based in New York.
March 28, 2019 Updated: March 28, 2019

A McDonald’s customer posted a video on Facebook that he alleges is a very hard McGriddle sandwich.

Edwin Edl went to a McDonald’s in Singapore to purchase the product last week.

“Proudly present to you Sausage McRock with egg,” Edl wrote, Fox News reported.

I usually don’t do this. But this is way too funny for me not to share!! But thank you McDonald’s for making my…

Edwin Edl 发布于 2019年3月22日周五

In the video, he’s seen trying to stab the griddle with a plastic fork, which bends. The food remains unpunctured.

He also uses a metal fork, which bends, as well as a screwdriver. He then uses a hammer and a nail, which penetrates the apparently rock-hard sandwich.

Edl, in the Facebook post, claimed he didn’t freeze it before making the video. Some Facebook had users suggested otherwise.

McDonald’s customer stuns social media users with videos of ‘Sausage McRock’ breakfast sandwich.Dude gats rock hard…

KTXR FM 101.3 The Outlaw 发布于 2019年3月27日周三

“For those who are asking, I did not put into the freezer or do anything to it. It came the way it is. Thanks!!” he wrote.

In another video, he is seen attempting to run over one with his car, and he tosses the bread off a building.

Despite the hard sandwich, he suggested that he is undaunted and will continue to buy more.

“McGriddles will still be my favorite McDonald’s breakfast of all time,” he said. “I never lose faith in them.”

Edl said that both McDonalds and GrabFood contacted him and “did an excellent job on customer handling service.”

McDonald’s has not issued a public statement about the matter.

Razor in Happy Meal?

Scot Dymond took his 4-year-old son, Emmett, through a Wisconsin McDonald’s drive-thru window before they made an unwelcome discovery, Channel3000 reported.

When they got home, Emmett discovered a hand-held scraping tool with a sharp razor blade attached.

“The manager said they were sorry, and they could comp us a free meal,” the father said to WMTV.

He wasn’t satisfied with the response.

“I couldn’t imagine him cutting his arm open, or even losing a finger, because it’s so sharp,” he told Channel3000. “I was very upset, very angry. I couldn’t figure out how it would’ve even gotten in there.”

Dymond spoke to the police department in Columbus, which confirmed that it was indeed a scraper tool.

Police officers asked parents to be vigilant about double-checking any Happy Meal bags handed out children.

“Always be aware of what you’re giving your children,” Lt. Dennis Weiner told WMTV. “Give it an extra eye.”

“(It’s) kinda scary, kinda scary. I understand the blade was also extended when it was found in the box as well,” he also told Channel3000. “I’m sure they were surprised to not have a toy.”

Jack Phillips
Jack Phillips
Senior Reporter
Jack Phillips is a reporter at The Epoch Times based in New York.