McDonald's shock burger, intact since 1995 (VIDEO)

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It could be the oldest Mc Donald's sandwich ever: 20 years. The hamburger bought in 1995 by two Australian teenagers lasted so long. Then the two boys, residing in Adelaide, were 13 and 14 years old. Today they are two men but the sandwich is still there. For the hamburger, time is as if it has stopped. No presence of mold or bad smells. And now we are almost no longer surprised



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It could be the Mc Donald's branded sandwich older than ever: 20 years. The hamburger bought in 1995 by two Australian teenagers lasted so long. Then the two boys, residing in Adelaide, were 13 and 14 years old. Today they are two men but the sandwich is still there. For the hamburger, time is as if it has stopped. No presence of mold or bad smells. And now we are almost no longer surprised.



Eduard Neetz and Casey Dean bought the cheese burger (the so-called “Quarter Pounder”) from a McDonald's in Adelaide 20 years ago. They had taken one more for their friend Jono, who never made it to the date.

"It started out as a joke, we told our friend we'd like to keep his burger." So six months have passed. "The months turned into years and now, 20 years later, it looks the same as the day we bought it, perfectly preserved in its original packaging" they said. Eduard and Casey have kept the burger under lock and key for the past two decades but recently decided to 'release it', showing it during a Channel 10 TV program. A rarity, given that it is the oldest sandwich in the world according to the two friends

In the past, other "experiments" had already been carried out to demonstrate the unnatural duration, to put it mildly, of the Mc sandwiches. How it happened for example a David Whipple, who has been storing a burger for 14 years. Fate also befell a Happy Meal, the favorite of children, remained intact for 10 long years after the experiment carried out by the American site Treehugger. In both cases, the sandwiches remained intact.

But let's go back to the two daredevils Aussies. “It's solid as a brick,” they mocked in the video that follows, showing that the sandwich looked quite fresh even though it has shrunk slightly in size.

Needless to ask why. Additives and preservatives were certainly the elixir of life of the hamburger purchased by the two kids, who despite their appearance today did not have the courage to bite into the old sandwich.


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