Texan artist Ben Campbell has managed to make stomachs turn with his McDonald's mummy, which is composed of $200 worth of McDonald's meat. Campbell created the mummy to be an art piece in his collection, which shows the connection between Ancient Egypt and today's society.
"Ancient Egypt was obsessed with achieving immortality through customs that included mummification and the construction of pyramids. Modern society is likewise obsessed," explained Campbell. The mummy is sure to last a while, seeing as McDonald's is infamous for its food resisting decay. For another McDonald's backlash, check out the scoop on the #McDStories Twitter campaign.
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