Written by Abel Rodriguez
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Wednesday, 25 December 2013

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Piranha's can look quite scary but they do make a wonderful tasting sandwich.

LOUISVILLE, Kentucky - The Long John Silver's Corporation is getting ready to introduce what is perhaps its most interesting menu item in its 45 year history.

Elmendorf Butterbox, a representative for the fish restaurant chain stated that the Piranha Sandwich has been 11 months in the development stages.

He pointed out that although it did very well in three nationwide test markets it did have one slight little flaw.

He commented that several Long John Silvers employees who tested the Piranha Sandwich reported finding teeth in the meat.

The company did not admit to that charge but they did say that cooking makes the teeth very brittle and it actually gives it the consistency of a peanut.

Mr. Butterbox did note that the company has ordered special X-ray machines which will be installed in each Long John Silver's Restaurant and they will catch any piranha teeth that may be in the sandwich before they are given to the customer.

SIDENOTE: Reports are that the Long John Silver's Board of Directors has stated that if anyone should happen to find a piece of piranha teeth in their Piranha Sandwich the company will refund the entire amount of the purchase price of the sandwich plus they will be given a $42 gift certificate.

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