ten years ago in the year 2009, all McDonald's restaurants closed down on the Island. Then decided the two Hjortur Smarason himself to a last menu. He wanted to see how long it would take before the flesh rotted, or got mold on the burger-the bread or pomfritterne.
I had heard that McDonald's food never rotted, so I wanted to investigate whether it was true or not, tells Hjortur Smarason to the AFP.
it has Now been 10 years. The the user looks a little pale. It's the same pomfritterne, but the flesh is not rotted, and there is also not come mold on the burger-the bread or pomfritterne.
It writes over the media, including BBC
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right now is the McDonald's menu displayed at the hostel Snotra House, where you can take selfies of them the old burger. (Photo: Ritzau Scanpix)
In the course of the first three years preserved Hjortur its McDonald's menu in a plastic bag. But in the year 2012 got the user and pomfritterne a classy place in a glasmontre at the national Museum of Iceland.
Since then, it has been taken over by the hostel Snotra House, situated in the south of Iceland.
- People come from all over the world to see at Mcdonald's-the burger shown, tells the owner of the hostel, Sigurdur Gylfason to the AFP.
below you on Instagram see a great picture of McDonalds menu, because it is a rare time came outdoor. Then the user is six years old.
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Our 6 year old burger out on the town again, this time enjoying the #reykjavik view from Perlan #bushostel #iceland #perla #sightseeing #islande #ísland #discovericeland #wanderlust #sights #lastmcdonaldssoldiniceland
In a live consignment, which has approx. 400.000 visitors daily, can you follow the process and see the famous menu live. However, it is a quite tedious experience. Happens nothing, on the famous live-consignment. But here one can, of course, with their own eyes to find that the meat is not look rotten, and that pomfritterne and burger-the bread has not been bad.