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Mother finds a piece of jewelry in daughter's McDonald's food

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LAWRENCEVILLE, GA (CBS46) -

A Gwinnett County woman is upset after said she found an undesirable item in her 4-year-old daughter's McDonald's breakfast on Wednesday morning.

Frances Rosario told CBS Atlanta News that she went to the restaurant on Clayton Street in Lawrenceville and ordered two breakfast burritos.

"I turned it and I see this piece of jewelry sticking out," Rosario said. "I'm like, 'What the heck is this?'"

That piece of jewelry appeared to be someone's now missing nose ring which was just a few bites away from consumption by Rosario's daughter, Nevaeh.

"My concern was that if something happened and she had swallowed it," Rosario said.

On Wednesday, CBS Atlanta News tried multiple times to contact management at McDonald's for comment, but the calls were not returned.

Rosario remains frustrated by what she sees as a lack of care and concern from McDonald's as a whole.

"For now, I'm going to stay back from McDonald's for a little while," Rosario said.

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