Wednesday, December 12, 2012
The bit appeared during Saturday Night Live's "Weekend Update." What do you think of the joke?
This past Saturday, Lawrenceville was referenced on NBC's Saturday Night Live. In the last story "Weekend Update--" the show's fake newscast featuring funny spins on the latest headlines-- cast member Seth Meyers read a story about the mother who found a nose ring in food she bought at the Clayton Street McDonald's last month. "A woman in Georgia is claiming that she found a nose ring in her four-year-old daughter’s breakfast burrito," read Meyers before delivering the punchline. "Which I believe means she won a visit with white trash Willy Wonka." Next to Meyers the graphic changed from the McDonald's logo, a nose ring and a map of the state of Georgia to one of Willy Wonka with a protruding belly with a white tank top and a confederate …
Friday, November 30, 2012
A mother found the piece of jewelry in one of the burritos she bought for her 4 year old daughter at a McDonald's in Lawrenceville, Ga.
Thursday, November 29, 2012
A woman found the piece of jewelry in the food she bought for her 4 year old daughter from a McDonald's in Lawrenceville.
A mother made a stop at a Lawrenceville McDonald's to pick up breakfast for her 4 year old daughter Wednesday morning. But Frances Rosario told CBS Atlanta she found more than just eggs and cheese in her child's breakfast burrito she bought at the Clayton Street location. She also found a nose ring. "I turned it and I see this piece of jewelry sticking out," said Rosario to reporter Craig Bell. "I'm like, 'what the heck is this?'" The mother caught it before her daughter could bite into the nose ring. McDonald's has not yet responded to the incident.