A couple days ago I went out to eat at a Mexican restaurant and ordered two tacos and a burrito. Half way through the burrito, I noticed something in my burrito that didn't look like food. It was a thin piece of metal, about 2 inches long. Luckily, I hadn't bite any part of the metal piece. I immediately went to the cashier and told her about it. She apologized, offered me another burrito (which I declined), refunded my money, and said that the restaurant would pay for any medical/doctor visits if I do feel sick. She showed me where it may have came from, the metal thing that they were using to smash the beans with. And sure enough, a piece was missing. I don't have the metal piece anymore. I handed it over to the restaurant. I feel fine, not sick or anything. What can or should I do next?
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