McDonald’s Worker Spits in Tea: How Gross is Fast Food?
By Sarah B. Weir, Yahoo! blogger | Healthy Living – 4 hours ago
Police in South Carolina say that a McDonald's worker spit in two customers' cups of iced tea after they returned them because they weren't sweet enough. A video shows the employee,19-year-old Marvin Washington Jr., leaning over the open cups before giving them back. The fast food chain patrons claim they discovered phlegm in the drinks when they removed their tops. He was arrested Wednesday and charged with malicious tampering with food.
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read the rest for more sickening stories..I bet this goes on all the time!
Some of my students have told me some real horror stories about restaurant employees!
Please share them here. I'm looking for some grossing out today.
Pee on the lemon slices. Boogers in the food. Scabs in the bacon bits. Dandruff in the salt. Worse in chocolate dishes.
Stories like these are the reason why I avoid eating out and try to be sweet as pie to service workers. As a former service worker myself, it can be a very degrading job at times. I never compromised anyone's food, that's just childish, but I did loath it so much I had a stress headache nearly every day. Whenever someone is terrible to a service worker I just cringe.
I suspect those customers were likely rather nasty about it, which *does not* make the server right, but really, treat others how you'd like to be treated--lest you find out what _______ (fill in the blank) tastes like.
Yes, always be nice to your servers. Our advice if your order is incorrect, either deal with it or get a refund and go somewhere else. We never return the order to be corrected...just too dangerous! Yuk...yuk...yuk!
I don't think abyone is evil enough to do this just for the fun of it - or i can be wrong. Chances are the customer did something bad. Although that is still not a good reason to violate the food.
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