A mother found three used needles on a McDonald\u2019s baby changing table at the New George Street outlet in Plymouth.\r\n\r\nJade Krotke, 25, was about to use the table to change her eight-month-old daughter Olivia when she pulled it down and made the discovery.\r\n\r\nKrotke was with her husband at the time and told the BBC: "While he was lifting her out of the pram I pulled the unit down and heard the clang of a metal dish. I was immediately in shock and suddenly realised the packaging was needles.\r\n\r\n"There was a sanitary bin in there. I'm not judging them for their habit but please don't put others at risk.\u201d\r\n\r\nShe added: "You could have put them in the bin or even attempted to flush them. But putting them inside a baby changing unit, there are no words for you.\r\n\r\n\u201cIt's devastating, it could have punctured her [Olivia's] skin and it could have given her HIV or anything."\r\n\r\nWhen Krotke told the restaurant manager, they disposed of the needles.\r\n\r\nIn a statement, McDonald\u2019s said it was \u201csorry for the customer\u2019s experience\u201d and insisted that the facility was checked frequently.