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McDonalds Japan Launches French Fries Holder For Cars

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Fumbling around in the McDonalds bag as it sits in the passenger seat next to you, you stick your hand in the burger goop and spill fries all over the foot mat. It's a McEffing nightmare driving and eating. But not in Japan.

From April 24, McDonald's goers who plump for a value meal with a large order of fries will receive a free “potato holder.”

The flexible prongs mean it will sit in any car cup holder, allowing the driver to rifle through their fries with ease.

The offer is only valid until the end of May.

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