When you need a snack, finger foods are usually quick and easy. But when you stop for fast food, you probably aren't expecting to find a finger in your food. That's exactly what one Michigan teen got.
FOX News Radio's Chris Hoenig has the story:
(Arby's Commercial) "Arby's, it's good mood food!"
Not so good for 14-year-old Ryan Hart. The teen, finding some flesh in his sandwich at a Jackson, Michigan Arby's. An employee reportedly cut her hand on the store's meat slicer, losing a chunk of her finger big enough to include a fingerprint.
Hart discovered it after biting into it, saying he spit out something rubbery and tough to chew. Arby's spokesman John Gray saying:
(Gray) "We've got to do some more research and investigation on exactly how that happened. There are procedures to follow that we want to be sure were in place."
The restaurant, remaining open after a thorough cleaning.
Chris Hoenig, FOX News Radio.