Officials in charge of confirming such things have confirmed that the meat used to craft burgers at a Dairy Queen in South Carolina do not contain human elements.

"I can honestly say that's the first I've heard of it, and I don't see any validity in that at all," Greenwood County Coroner Sonny Cox told the Index-Journal, noting that he's "never had anything of that nature" presented to him as an inquiry.

The Dairy Queen in question was, however, among multiple locations that were raided last Wednesday by several agencies including the FBI. The reason was an investigation regarding two men who had been arrested on charges of running an unlicensed money transmitting business, though Dairy Queen Manager Saif Momin—who has not been charged with anything and whose employees were not a part of those alleged actions—told reporters of a separate, far more unusual complaint.

Per Momin, he was told by way of a corporate inspector that someone had complained of "human meat being inside a burger," this despite the location's A grade with the health department. 

"If that was the case, they already would have shut me down," Momin, whose restaurant most recently bagged a 97 percent health rating, told the Index-Journal. Added confusion, as pointed out by Deadspin, appears to have arisen due to Momin’s name having been included in one of the criminal complaints related to the two men who were allegedly running an unlicensed money transfer business.