Seems couples will now have to think twice about eating out, find the time to cook more at home.
This news coming out from a Philadelphia Restaurant makes you want to curtail any away from home eating for a while!
A YouTube video made its way online and has now gone viral of workers employed to Checkers Restaurant in Philadelphia talking about spitting in customers food.
However, there is a twist to the video as one of the men featured in the video, comedian and hip-hop artist Richard Benson claimed it was supposed to be a comedy stunt – he ever heard the Jamaican proverb ‘what is joke to you is death to me?’
In the video, Benson can be seen lighting up a cigarette as the workers discuss not wearing gloves to prepare food and threaten to spit in customer’s food. At one point, Benson claims that he would “just wash the floor with these buns” if he had to prepare food for police.
Although the video was deleted almost as soon as it was posted, it cropped up again on social media from people who had recorded it, and several of the Checkers workers have since been fired, even though Benson insists that they never did any of the things described in the video.
“I be doing little publicity stunts,” Benson told NBC 10. “There wasn’t anything going on that I was saying but I was saying it because I knew it would draw attention.”
Check out the video.