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Shergar’s DNA found in Burger King burgers and Waitrose pork pies?

by | 24th, January 2013

“SHERGAR KING!” yell the Sun . Burger King is to “dump millions of burgers in dodgy meat alert.”

Managers have been told to box up Whoppers, Angus burgers and patties in a safe area and mark them with an X to ensure they are not sold to customers.

Indeed. Why has such horse shit been passed off news? It’s because the Sun knows how much we fret about food. A smidgeon of DNA was found at ABP Foods’ Silvercrest meat processing factory in Ireland. No-one was hurt. Well aside from the horses.

The better story would have been to had the DNA analysed to see if it did, indeed, match Shergar’s, the champion horse stolen by masked gunmen in Ireland.

So. What’s in our burgers? Let;s just look aay formt eh budget foods sold at Asda, Tesco and Burger King (we know

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