Brit carries out “eight-month” lengthy experiment to see how lengthy McDonald’s meal will final – with “scary” outcomes

A BRIT has carried out an allegedly eight-month lengthy experiment to see how lengthy her McDonald’s meal will final with out getting mouldy.

Naa Adjeley Tsofanye – recognized on social media as Tsofanye – claims to have purchased a Massive Mac meal in February as a part of an experiment to see how lengthy the fast-food wooden final earlier than it went unhealthy.

The medical herbalist from London additionally claims to have bought a McPlant burger in June however shared an replace with followers final week revealing that each burgers have been, extremely, “nonetheless contemporary”.

Video exhibits Tsofanye grimacing as she says: “My experiment, for individuals who need an replace, continues to be persevering with.”

On-screen textual content reads: “My #BigMac is eight months previous and my #McPlant is three months previous. No mould, no odor, no bugs.”

She lifts a plate that’s coated in gray mud to disclose a portion of previous McDonald’s fries alongside the fast-food chain’s staple Massive Mac burger.

The experimenter continues: “As you possibly can see, that is my Massive Mac. It’s acquired the mud as a result of I simply go away it on prime of a bookshelf as a result of I don’t contact it.”

She provides that the burger is “formally eight months previous” and has bizarrely but to develop mould.

She says: “Simply wanting fabulous with the lettuce and all the pieces. I purchased this on 2 February this 12 months, 2023, and we’re now at 23 September.”

She holds up the opened burger bun as she says: “That is the Massive Mac, which is eight months previous.”

She then places the plate down as she picks up the vegetarian various McPlant, including: “In June, I purchased myself a McPlant as a result of we regularly assume the plant model tastes higher or is more healthy.”

She turns the burger spherical to indicate the flattened burger with condiments drooping out of the bun.

Regardless of this, Tsofanye says: “The McPlant is simply as – effectively, not contemporary – however no mould, no odor. No bugs, no nothing.

“As you possibly can see, there’s no bugs on this or something untoward. So, this was purchased in June.”

She pulls a disgusted face as she attracts the plate in direction of her plate.

She says sarcastically: “So, it’s nonetheless wanting good.”

The plate with the Big Mac meal.
Pictured: Tsofanye holding the eight month-old Massive Mac meal. (C) @tsofanye from TikTok.

In an extra replace from 13 October, Tsofanye holds up the burger as soon as once more, which has remained unchanged from her video nearly three weeks prior.

She provides: “Simply so you understand, that is at this time – 13 October – nothing’s modified since my video [in] September.

“The Massive Mac continues to be wanting good, great, no mould. This isn’t going anyplace, however I’ll replace [you] once more in November.”

Tsofanye took to social media final week to share the replace, writing: “Unbelievable. My McDonald’s meal defies time. It’s nonetheless contemporary after eight months.”

The submit acquired over 73,100 likes and greater than 2,460 feedback from customers who seem to have now begun questioning the elements used within the widespread chain restaurant’s meals.

One individual wrote: “Even the bugs don’t need it.”

One other stated: “We’re consuming plastic, actually.”

A 3rd commented: “I do know it’s loopy however as somebody with an enormous concern of meals mould, that is nice information to me.”

A fourth added: “Wait. I’m by no means consuming it ever once more.”

A fifth wrote: “That is actually so scary. I don’t know why I preserve consuming it, however they’ll see me once more.”

McDonald’s has been approached for remark.