If there are two fast food joints that people might be avoiding in the near future, it would definitely be Burger King and Taco Bell. Cameron Jankowski, a worker over at Taco Bell, was alleged to have posted a photo of himself peeing on a Taco Bell order, tweeting his “exploits” afterwards. Thanks to hacktivist collective group Anonymous, they tweeted a link to a YouTube video which purportedly showed off Janowski’s personal details, who was subsequently identified to be working at a Taco Bell restaurant in Fort Wayne, Indiana. It seems that (naturally) Janowski’s account has since been deleted, but the Internet has a memory now, with an archived photo Jankowski’s tweeted image being kept “alive”.
According to Jankowski, this order which he urinated on was not served to a customer afterwards, as it was deemed to be messed up and was designated for the bin anyway. Despite that, several Twitter users claimed that such an action actually amounted to felony. What do you think? Janowski is not too concerned about his tweet being directed to Taco Bell as he says he has a new job in line already.
Taco Bell prepared this statement for the Daily Dot, saying, “Nothing is more important than the safety of our customers and team members. We have strict food handling procedures and zero tolerance for any violations. As soon as we learned of the situation, we immediately investigated and found the photo was an ill-conceived prank and the food was never served to customers. We find this prank absolutely unacceptable, and we plan to terminate anyone involved and work with authorities to pursue legal action.”
As for the Burger King incident, that saw an employee post an image of him dipping his dirty shoes onto lettuce that were to be served later. Isn’t that more disgusting?
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