I found a 60-year-old McDonald’s meal in my bathroom WALL during a house renovation

A MAN who found a 60-year-old McDonald’s meal in his bathroom wall during a renovation was surprised by the smell of the ancient fast food.

Rob from Illinois shared a photo of his discovery under the handle u/slamminsammy2109 on Reddit forum r/mildlyinfuriating.

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His photo shows three very dated McDonald’s wrappers and even a half-empty container of fries.

When asked about the smell of this discovery on Reddit, Rob replied saying “there was no smell and surprisingly no trace of mice.”

Rob told Newsweek that he found the “forbidden fries,” as one Reddit user described them when he was renovating his bathroom and kitchen.

“While removing a fixture in the bathroom I noticed a piece of cloth stuck behind plaster and pulled it out to show my wife,” Rob explained.

“It was balled up, and we could tell there was something else inside. When we unwrapped it and found the old McDonald’s bag and fries we were very surprised and grateful that is all we found hidden.”

The old McDonald’s branding on these bags shows a mascot holding signs that say “I’m speedier” and “Custom built hamburgers.”

Newsweek reported that a Business Insider article from 2016 shared similar pictures of McDonald’s packaging that was dated back from 1955 to 1961.

“Our house was built in 1959,” Rob told Newsweek.

“It is very close to a McDonald’s location that opened around then so I assume it found its way into our wall from the original builders.”

One commenter on Reddit said Rob was “officially an archaeologist,” joking about the rich history of the fast-food discovery.

This comes as a McDonald’s worker explained why machines beep ‘nonstop’ in the restaurant and how it helps the customer.

In a series of TikTok videos, someone claiming to be an employee at a branch has explained what the various beeping noises mean.

Last month, the TikToker shared a clip titled “Sounds you hear in McDonald’s,” which has amassed nearly five million views.

The content creator followed that up with a slew of videos, explaining more sounds commonly heard in the background of the fast-food chain.

The videos capture the baking oven, microwave oven, grill where patties are made, as well as fryers for cooking nuggets and fries.

According to former Micky D’s workers in the comment section, the fryers and the grills beep when the food is done and the warming trays have timers set for each food.

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The fast-food restaurant has yet to confirm whether the TikToker’s revelation is correct.

McDonald’s did not immediately respond to a request for comment from The US Sun.

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