Yolanda Orozco, of California, says she recalls ordering a hamburger, but doesn’t remember asking for a razor blade as a topping. KXTV reports Orozco, 46, went to Burger King to order some hamburgers a few weeks ago. “I bit off of it, I checked for onions and then I saw a razor blade in there,” Orozco said. “I was in shock. I was just looking at it. Somebody at Burger King was careless.”
It’s a sight that would bring joy to anyone who has ever paid an electric bill: that little wheel on the meter outside your home literally spinning backwards, signaling a reduction in your payment and the distribution of excess electricity to your neighbors. Yes, that actually happens at a few hundred thousand homes across the United States that have rooftop solar panels and are part of an arrangement known as “net energy metering," the Washington Post reports.