McDonald’s customer horrified after finding ‘nipple’ in bacon sandwich - and now vows to go vegan

The 27-year-old drove back home to show his mum what he had found inside the sandwich

A man has vowed to go vegan after claiming that he found a nipple in his McDonald’s bacon sandwich.

Simon Robinson bought the treat before walking back to his car and unwrapping the sandwich.

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Before he started eating, he quickly checked to see how many slices of bacon he had inside - only to find what he thinks is a pig’s nipple on one of the rashers.

The 27-year-old drove back home to show his mum what he had found inside before taking pictures and complaining to the fast food chain’s head office.

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‘My mum was disgusted too’

Simon, from Prudhoe, Gateshead said: "To open it up and to find that was revolting. It has put me off meat entirely. So much so I’m considering going vegan now.

"It’s a fairly regular treat getting a bacon roll from McDonald’s.

"I always open up and check what’s inside because I have OCD. This time it seems it was entirely justified.

"I know you can find that on pork belly but I didn’t ask for a pork belly roll. I asked for a bacon sandwich. I dare not eat it but I did eat the rest of the roll.

"I contacted McDonald’s who told me I had to send it to them so they can send it off to a lab.

"If I did that they could just do away with it. I can’t believe it. When I showed my mum she was disgusted too."

McDonald’s has been contacted for comment.

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