A man who was renovating his bathroom found a 60-year-old McDonald's meal in the walls of his bathroom.
A Reddit user called Rob made the strange discovery inside the wall of his home in Crystal Lake, Illinois.
Rob said he and his wife made the discovery because they are in the process of renovating their home.
He told Newsweek: "We are currently renovating our kitchen and bathroom. While removing a fixture in the bathroom I noticed a piece of cloth stuck behind plaster and pulled it out to show my wife.
"It was balled up and we could tell there was something else inside. When we unwrapped it and found the old McDonald's bag and fries we were very surprised and grateful that is all we found hidden."
"You, sir, are officially an archaeologist," wrote one commenter on the Reddit post. While another Redditor said: "Taking fast food shame eating to a new level. Hide it in the wall."
"Our house was built in 1959," explained Rob. "It is very close to a McDonald's location that opened around then so I assume it found its way into our wall from the original builders."
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In 1955, one of the first McDonald's restaurant was opened just down the road in Des Plaines, Illinois.
"There was no smell and surprisingly no trace of mice," said Rob. "It was such an odd find that I thought it was worthy of sharing."
Other commenters on the picture suggested that the find may be worth something to a collector: "Dude, sell them to pay for the renovation," wrote one Reddit user. Another commenter said: "Wow, that's a blast from my past."
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