A woman in San Jose, California was enjoying a bowl of chili at Wendy's when she bit into a finger. A human finger. None of the employees were missing a finger.
"Denny Lynch, a spokesman for Wendy's International Inc., based in Dublin, Ohio, said there have been no reports to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration of injuries at any supplier of chili ingredients to Wendy's. All of our chili suppliers report no accidents," he said. Health officials said the fingertip was approximately 1 1/2 inches long. They believe it belongs to a woman because of the long, manicured nail." (source)
Officials are now checking DNA data bases for a possible match to the owner of the finger. The woman is suing Wendy's for trauma.