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An Illinois man found a 1950s McDonald’s hamburger and half-eaten french fries in his bathroom wall while he and his wife were working on renovations.
Rob Jones and his wife were removing a toilet roll holder when they came across a cloth in the wall, according to Fox 5.
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“We pulled the cloth out and could feel something wrapped in it. We were happy to find just the McDonald’s bag and nothing worse,” Jones told Fox 5.
Despite the age of the fritters, Jones said they did not smell at all.
Jones posted the pictures of the meal on Reddit under the username slamminsammy2109. Some users jokingly asked how the meal tasted, and another used the term “forbidden fries.”
Jones responded in his Reddit feed: “We live close to one of the original locations in Crystal Lake, Illinois. Opened in 1959.”
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The 50s logo on the packaging shows McDonald’s original mascot, Speedee, holding up a sign that reads: “I’m faster” and “Custom built burgers.”
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Newsweek quoted a 2016 Business Insider article clarifying the signature that McDonald’s golden bows were not formally used as the fast food company logo until 1961.