Nigger gangs, rape, murder, Wall Street thieve, bank fraud, insider trading, Accounting Firms who audit public corps lie to us, mexicans breeding like rats and turning small towns into little mexico, and the news and health department is worried about some dumbass, stupif MF white guy... doing something stupid.. NOTICE the public outcry, the disgust, the outrage, the cry for government intervention, - Where the fuck are these same noisy people when the niggers and mexicans run wild, the mexicans bring disease in the US, they murder, rape, rob and beat white people???????
The Goy get what they deserve- they are stupid, they are naive, they are easily duped.......
Employee, ' Mr. Unstable', bathes in restaurant sink.
The Burger King in Xenia, Ohio; Local managers had no comment
Ohio (WDTN) - Some workers at a Greene County restaurant are in hot
water with the health department, after an employee took a bubble bath
in a store sink. It happened at the Burger King on Orange Street in Xenia. A
four-minute video posted on MySpace captured the employee,
self-described as Mr. Unstable, bathing nude in a large stainless steel
sink as several other employees and a store manager looked on. The
video began making its rounds on the Internet Monday morning. One of
the recipients was Greene County Health Commissioner, Mark McDonnell. "My first thought was oh my god," said McDonnell. McDonnell immediately sent staff to restaurant to investigate the numerous health code violations. He
said the restaurant was aware of the incident and had already taken
steps to clean up, including disposing of all the utensils and
sanitizing the sink twice. All of the employees involved were fired. "You
can't account for everyone's stupid actions but when things do happen
if you respond to it and take the appropriate action that's
reassuring," McDonnell said. Some Burger King patrons don't agree. "That's
just, it's wrong it's a place where families come to eat and them
taking a bath in the sink that's just not work ethic," said Crystal
Dodge, who said she used to eat at Burger King all the time. 2News
reporter Megan O'Rourke went to the Xenia Burger King Monday afternoon
looking for comment, but was met at the door by an employee who asked
her to leave and referred comment to Burger King's corporate office. Burger King spokesperson Denise Wilson emailed the following statement to 2News Monday afternoon: "Burger
King Corp. was just notified of this incident and is cooperating fully
with the health department. We have sanitized the sink and have
disposed of all other kitchen tools and utensils that were used during
the incident. We have also taken appropriate
corrective action on the employees that were involved in this video.
Additionally, the remaining staff at this restaurant is being retrained
in health and sanitation procedures." But for diners like Crystal, it may be too little, too late. "That's
just disgusting. I wouldn't want to eat here after I heard something
like that, that's just not appropriate for employment," Dodge said. "This kind of stunt really is a black eye for the restaurant itself." Health
Department officials plan to talk with prosecutors to see if any
criminal charges will be filed, but they don't have any plans to issue
fines at this time.