Julie Edwards was ambling along Brean Beach, in Somerset, with her pet basset hound named Molly, and when the pooch returned to her with a present in her mouth she was not expecting it to be an intact penis and testicles.
Speaking to Somerset Live about the phallic find, the dog walker said: "I could see she was about to roll something around. It is usually maggots or birds, but I stopped her and saw it wasn't that at all. It definitely looked human to me. I think it was an intact penis and male testicles."
Although the sight shocked Julie at first, she soon felt "upset" because she realised the member could belong to someone's relative.
She added: "It was upsetting more later on when you actually think that it could be someone's relative."
Kamran Adan, who has claimed he worked in the fast food chain, has encouraged people to politely ask for their receipts after ordering a takeaway, as it is believed the piece of paper can guarantee they receive a meal that has not been waiting around to get cold.
The man alerted customers to the hack in a post shared on Quora.com, which read: "Basically, between 12-2 and 5 p.m.-7p.m. workers have to be extra careful because that is when gapbusters (mystery shoppers), who are paid, visit McDonald's restaurants and rate their experience. This then goes to the overall store rating and every store manager will do everything to ensure this rating is as positive as possible.
"It is easy to spot a gapbuster because they always ask for a receipt (so they can get their food costs reimbursed by the company employing them). So, if you ask for a receipt in that time, everyone will be immediately alert that you could be a potential gapbuster and they'll make sure to serve you the freshest burger and fries and give you priority over everyone else (sic)."
And it is rumoured this tip is mostly carried out by mystery shoppers, who rate the quality of food and the service they received during their visit, who ask for proof of purchase so they can reclaim their expense.
Gert Brouwer has admitted he was able to see supernatural beings when he was a child, but after being involved in a car crash where he lost his girlfriend, and moving house, he had an unusual experience, where he felt an oversized arachnid had attacked him and caused him to stop breathing.
Speaking at the Paraforce UK paranormal convention in Witham, Essex, which has been obtained by the Express Online, he said: "At age 11, I would see things, pictures, and told my shrink what would happen in the future.
"[But after the loss], I saw a web coming down with a big spider in it. I put the lights on and there was nothing there. I came home two weeks later and could not breathe anymore. A neighbour was knocking on the door, saying, 'Gert! Gert! Gert!' She wanted to help me, but I couldn't breathe anymore.
"I had scratches, my brain was not working anymore and I couldn't breathe, so I went to see a shrink."
However, the man decided to take action and train as an exorcist to prevent being overwhelmed by the "demon".
He continued: "I changed my stance and had the psychology 'I want to beat you. I want to win this battle."
"I needed to reschedule my thoughts because I was mixed up with a demon."
"In 95 per cent of possession cases, there is no demon involved, it is just the emotions of an entity."