Next time you order a drink at a fast food restaurant, ask for no ice. Jasmine Roberts, a seventh-grade student at Benito Middle School in New Tampa, Florida, tells you why:
When it came time for her to choose a science project, she wondered about the ice in fast food restaurants.
"My hypothesis was that the fast food restaurants’ ice would contain more bacteria that the fast food restaurants’ toilet water."
"I found that 70-percent of the time, the ice from the fast food restaurant's contain more bacteria than the fast food restaurant's toilet water."