Something in your teeth?
KFC Employee Claims To Have Put Pubic Hair In Rude Customers Food
Fastfood giant KFC has suspended a member of staff over claims a customer order was laced with pubic hair.
An anonymous message on the Facebook site ‘Spotted Cardiff’ suggested a worker at the restaurant in Gabalfa, Cardiff, had placed the hair on an order in an apparent revenge attack for rudeness.
The post claims a group of girls who apparently told a worker she ‘needed to smile more’ were the victims of the alleged prank.
The message suggests the co-worker carried out the alleged act after taking umbrage with the way the drive-thru customers had spoken to their colleague during the ‘altercation’.
A spokesman for KFC said a worker had been suspended over the post, but she said the chain did not believe any food had been contaminated.
She said: ‘We have investigated this incident and although there was an altercation in the drive-thru between the customers and a member of our team, we do not believe the food was contaminated in any way.
‘We have the highest standards of food hygiene and do not tolerate even the suggestion of this kind of behaviour, and therefore the employee was suspended as soon as the matter came to our attention.’