In addition to his fast food meal, an eight-year-old child in Sweden also received an unexpected "gift": a Swastika tattoo.
The surprising addition was one of several tattoos included in the meal.
"We could not believe our eyes. I didn't know whether to laugh or cry," the youth's mother, Malin Hagglund said.
The owners of the fast food restaurant, Frasses, apologized for the incident. They said the tattoos were from China and including the Swastika was a mistake.
The Local notes that the symbol is found in several Asian languages.
It seems like we've got a new Mealbreaker category on our hands; the food may not be contaminated but nonetheless an offensive tattoo can certainly spoil a meal. See other meal offenders below: