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McDonald’s customer takes order on the plane – and suddenly has to pay 1,700 euros

McDonald’s customer takes order on the plane – and suddenly has to pay 1,700 euros

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This purchase at MC Donalds is probably the most expensive order that has ever existed.

Actually, a tourist only wanted to travel back to Darwin in Australia. He had a small culinary souvenir with him at the airport beforehand MC Donalds Bought. But when he arrived in his home country, the fast-food package had severe consequences for the passenger.

McDonald’s: sniffer dog discovers smuggled breakfast

A traveler probably didn’t expect that! Before his return flight, he had stocked up on a nice breakfast at the fast-food company. His bulging McDonald’s bag, which he took on the plane undetected, contained McMuffins with egg and beef sausage and hot cakes as well as a ham croissant.

But when he arrived at the destination airport in Darwin, Australia, the shock followed: the breakfast package was simply taken from him. Instead, the man received a hefty fine of £1,500 (equivalent to €1,700), as reported by The Mirror. The McDonald’s customer was unmasked by a sniffer dog at the airport.

The reason for the hefty fine: Australia has strict biosecurity measures in place. Because the country is afraid that foot-and-mouth disease (MSK) will break out here. The highly contagious virus, which mainly affects hoofed animals, is currently spreading massively in Indonesia and Bali.

McDonald’s: The spread of the virus could cost billions

According to the Australian Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF), FMD can be transmitted through meat and dairy products. If it spreads in Australia, it could have enormous consequences. According to experts, it could cost $80 billion over ten years, writes The Mirror.


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Before the passenger’s McDonald’s package was bagged and destroyed, it was tested for MSK. It is not known why the man had not eaten his breakfast before the flight or on the plane at the latest. (lime)

Source: Derwesten

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