Pliers-Dentist-Latex-Glove-ToothThere are many situations in which a fast food restaurant should offer an apology to its customers. A mix-up at the drive-through window or an incorrectly calculated bill are a couple of examples. But what about the appearance of a human tooth in an order of fries? If not a tooth, what about enjoying a sundae only to have your lip cut open from plastic hidden inside the dessert? Both incidents are precisely what happened to customers at McDonald’s restaurants in Japan, findings which the corporation has since admitted to and apologized for during a recent news conference. Still, the chain’s higher-ups stand by the food quality. The senior vice president at McDonald’s Holding Co (Japan) Ltd., Takehiko Aoki, said, “I am confident that my family can eat McDonald’s products.” More