HUNGRY JACK'S CUSTOMER FINDS HIS BURGER COVERED IN MOULD

Dilan Karadugoda purchased the burger from the fast food chain's Melbourne Central store Sunday night after work, but did not notice the 'foul-smell' until he was on the train home.

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