In 2009, McDonald Sold Its Last Meal In Iceland. And THIS Is How It Looks Today

On McDonald’s last operational day in Iceland, Hjortur Smarason bought the meal as a souvenir as he saw it as a piece of history. McDonald’s last meal (a burger and French fries) sold in Iceland on October 31, 2009 is now a historic museum piece. Left to rot in Iceland’s National Museum for a year, the ‘fresh’ mold-free meal is now on display at the Bus Hostel in Reykjavik, where awe-struck people watch its extremely slow decomposition.

By: John Vibes  From: True Activist


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