Wendy's finger food case takes a disturbing turn

Remember this from April 1?
...A woman found the finger in her [chili] at a San Jose Wendy's last week. Tissue samples of the finger have been sent to federal agents for DNA testing. A search of fingerprint databases have turned up nothing so far.

Meanwhile, investigators are contacting food-supply companies to see if there have been any industrial accidents that may have led to the incident.
Well, if that isn't sick enough, this just in: apparently authorities in Las Vegas served a warrant against the person who found the finger. They suspect it might have been from her deceased aunt.

Yes, ewwww indeed.

Previous coverage of Wendy's - albeit of the much lighter John Kerry-related variety - begins in "President Bush don't need no take-out grilled diver sea scallops, pardner." Be sure to see "What happened to Ben?". UPDATE: The AP report is "Police search home of woman who claimed to find finger at Wendy's":
...Wendy's maintains that the finger did not enter the food chain in its ingredients. All the employees at the San Jose store were found to have all their fingers, and no suppliers of Wendy's ingredients have reported any hand or finger injuries, the company said...


Ok...where's the rose shear?

So I guess those wacko vegetarians at PETA have a point after all?