Russia's McDonald's Substitute served Moldy burgers

According to reports, the fast food outlets that took over for McDonald's in Russia have been giving customers rotten hamburgers.

In response to Russian President Vladimir Putin's cruel act the US fast food behemoth closed its locations there.

According to the New York Post, customers at the new Vkusno & Tochka restaurants, which is Russian for "tasty and that's it," have started posting pictures of their meals on social media.

Mold is visible on the hamburger buns in the unsettling photographs. The Daily Mail reports that other customers have seen bug legs in the pork patties.

The pictures were uploaded to her Telegram chat channel by Ksenia Sobchak, a prominent member of the political opposition to the Putin regime and a Russian television personality.

"At least in terms of product quality control, it appears that they don't exactly uphold McDonald's standards.

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