GREENWOOD, SC (Fox News) – Dairy Queen has had to strangely make it clear that the store's food does not contain "human meat" after one of its The restaurants in South Carolina were swarmed by federal agents last week.
"At Dairy Queen, we are very proud of our 100% beef burgers," tipped Friday . "We serve a high-quality hamburger with no additives or fillers."
Hi Matthew! At DAIRY QUEEN we are very proud of our 100% beef burgers. We serve a high quality hamburger with no additives or fillers.
– Dairy Queen (@DairyQueen) August 23, 2019
The statement was in response to a news story published by the Index Journal, from Greenwood, SC, reports that some complained that "human meat was inside a burger" at the local dairy queen.
Manager Saif Momin said that around 9:30 Wednesday, federal agents from the FBI and Homeland Security, as well as local authorities in South Carolina, showed up at the Greenwood store. He told the news outlet that a business inspector told someone complained that there was "human meat" in a burger.
Finally, two people were arrested for allegedly operating an unlicensed money transfer business. One of the men arrested allegedly held $ 200,000 in a locked Dairy Queen safe so the other man could easily access it.
The Swede on Wednesday raised rumors online that something strange was happening at "Grill & Chill" in Greenwood.
"If that were the case, they would have already shut me down," Momin said of accusations of human flesh in burgers. "I just want to make sure people know it has nothing to do with my business. They were looking for people who don't work there."
Momin's name, according to the Index-Journal, is listed in an attached statement to the case, but he is not charged with a crime.
A spokeswoman for Dairy Queen told the news outlet that they "recently learned about law enforcement activity this week at this locally owned and operated store."
"The charges of illegal activity are disturbing. We will take a closer look this case and will follow the ongoing investigation closely as more information becomes available. Since this is an ongoing investigation, we refer all questions to the government, "said Marlene Kadlec spokesman.
Greenwoods County Coroner, Sonny Cox, said "there's little or no chance" that human flesh will be sold in burgers at Dairy Queen.
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