A Canadian man positioned a 6-year-old McDonald’s meal on eBay on Thursday. By Friday the traditional cheeseburger and fries reached $150 on the location, earlier than eBay shut down the public sale for violating its meals coverage.
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Ontario farmer Dave Alexander had bought the plain McDonald’s cheeseburger and small french fries on June 7, 2012 as a part of an experiment.
“I had heard rumors about this stuff not going unhealthy,” Dave Alexander advised 980 CFPL. “We dwell on a farm, and issues that we develop right here go unhealthy often and I believed it was an city legend.”
Alexander advised the station he requested his daughter to choose up the meal from the quick meals chain to check its longevity.
For six years, the cheeseburger and fries have been sitting on a speaker cupboard in his workplace, CBC reported, they usually nonetheless largely appear to be new.
“The fries are stunningly good wanting. The fries appear to be they have been bought this morning,” he advised As It Occurs. “The burger itself has darkened just a little bit. The bun is about as onerous as a hockey puck, however it seems to be similar to it is model new cosmetically.”
Nevertheless, now Alexander and his spouse are downsizing and he didn’t need to tote across the age-defying meals.
“Now we’re downsizing and I believed, ‘I’m not taking this cheeseburger with me!’”
Alexander listed the gadgets on eBay for $29, saying he wished to have the ability to cowl delivery if somebody internationally determined to bid on it, CBC reported. As of two pm Friday, the bidding had reached $150 and acquired many questions on its edibility.
“And I’ve had questions that persons are asking if that is edible. I’d extremely advocate not. This factor seems to be completely edible however it’s been sitting within the mud for six years so don’t, don’t eat this factor!”
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Alexander deliberate to finish the public sale subsequent Thursday, giving keen consumers amble time to bid – however they now won’t ever get the prospect as eBay pulled the public sale for violating meals coverage, which states any meals bought will need to have a “clearly marked expiration or use by date.”
“We’re simply surprised,” Alexander advised As It Occurs. “I am unable to fathom what these persons are considering.”
“A six-year-old cheeseburger? You have to be kidding me that it wants an expiry date,” Alexander added.
Fox Information has reached out to eBay for remark.