A DISGUSTED McDonald’s costumer has shared footage of the moment she claims to have found maggot larvae crawling through her Big Mac.
Yasmine Batur posted the stomach-churning clip on Facebook after she says she visited a branch of the fast food restaurant in Sydney, Australia.
Small worm-like creatures can be seen moving around inside the cardboard takeaway box containing the burger.
Yasmine can be seen opening the burger – which has a bite-shaped hole out of it – telling the camera “they’re inside the meat patty”.
Similar creatures can be seen crawling through the melted cheese before the video ends.
Sharing the footage online, Yasmine said she spotted the maggots early on – but claimed someone else who was eating with her was not so lucky.
She wrote: “I just sat down to enjoy a double quarter pounder.
“Just bought from Mamre Rd Macca’s when I saw all the lovely maggots enjoying it too.
“How dare they serve this to unsuspecting customers.
“Michael unfortunately finished his before I seen it and is violently vomiting.”
A spokesperson for McDonalds quoted by Daily Mail Australia said the maggots could not have come from one of their restaurants as their food is cooked at “incredibly high temperatures”.
Sun Online has contacted McDonalds Australia for comment.
The allegations are not the first of their kind involving the fast food restaurant in the country.
One customer claimed to have found maggots in their Chicken McNuggets in Salamander bay, New South Wales, in August.
And another said they found worms in a burger bought near Brisbane the same month.