MOREHEAD CITY, NC - (WCTI/CNN) A North Carolina county mother says she found a Nazi symbol etched in butter on her McDonald’s chicken sandwich.
Customer Charleigh Matice said when she went to put mayonnaise on her bun she found a swastika etched in butter on it.
Matice said she couldn't believe someone could possibly do that in this day and time.
"Is this a joke? Does somebody really think they're funny?," Matice said.
This anti-Semitic symbol was used by the Nazi party in Germany during the Holocaust. Her grandfather had fought in World War II and said the swastika really offended her.
"Many people died because of that symbol, and it’s not something that should be taken lightly. It’s not something that should be thrown around," Matice said.
She said when she went inside the restaurant employees offered to replace it.
"I really didn't have an appetite at that point so I said I rather have my money back,” Matice said.
However, Matice said even with the money she didn't feel satisfied. She wants the incident addressed at a larger scale.
"Maybe it needs to be part of training, or maybe brought up more often so that people know that this is not okay," Matice said.
WCTI-TV contacted McDonald's corporate office about the incident. They emailed us a statement from the owner of that McDonald's in Morehead City.
“We are very sorry for the service that our customers received, and to be clear we have terminated the employee who was involved. We do not tolerate that kind of behavior at McDonald's, and it's not what we stand for personally as owners. It is about providing the best level of service and care to our customers, and anything less than that is unacceptable to us.” - Dulcy Purcell, local McDonald's Owner/Operator in Morehead City, NC.
Matice said she’s not upset with McDonald’s anymore.
“I'm a loyal customer and that's why I don't want people like that representing them," Matice said.
She said she plans on eating there again.
Courtesy: CNN Newsource