#5. Arctic Circle
This Utah chain got it’s claim to fame with the invention of fry sauce. Careful though you might be consuming more than just fry sauce. Don’t believe us? That’s not an onion on your burger.
#4. Panda Express
When a food chain that sells Asian food has no Asian customers you know something’s up. Although Chinese food is notorious for tape worms this chain boasts the most hosts.
#3. Wendy's (Fresh Never Frozen Tapeworm)
Wendy wasn’t smiling when she found out she had a pet tapeworm. Neither was her father, Dave Thomas, when he passed away in 2002. Turns out he actually succumbed to his tapeworm when he quit eating Wendy’s for health reasons in 2000. When the addicted tapeworm stopped receiving it’s favorite snack it retaliated and actually ate him from the inside out.
#2. Del Taco
Many find it hard to believe that a tape worm can survive in their food because of the high acidity. Of course just ask 1 in 3 happy customers if they got a special treat later after eating there.
If you’re willing to ignore the distress signals advertised on the buildings and uniforms then you probably deserve this parasite. You could say they really put the 'schnit' in 'Weinerschnitzel'.