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    Not really fast food but at a cafe with a friend she ordered soup and it was full of glass. We complained and were told to "stop whinging, it's probably just gravel"... Er, because that would be ok??

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    i never want to eat anywhere other than home again

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    Quote Originally Posted by CluckySC View Post
    Not really fast food but at a cafe with a friend she ordered soup and it was full of glass. We complained and were told to "stop whinging, it's probably just gravel"... Er, because that would be ok??
    That made me laugh out loud!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Waitingfornumber2 View Post
    Hmm where do I start?!

    Wet n wild - a dead caterpillar in my chicken avocado baguette (realised AFTER I'd eaten half of the slug *shudders*)

    Fitzys loganholme - a dead cricket in my side salad

    A juice bar at sunny coast: chunks of plastic in my drink which I was sharing with my 1year old who could have easily CHOKED! Apparently from their machine

    Calamvale pub restaurant: piece of metal in my garlic bread, apparently from their oven. I found it in my mouth as I was chewing as it was small. All they did was give me another bread (like I wanted it) and a free drink.

    Hungry jacks: severe food poisoning from undercooked meat on a whopper

    I seem to Attract this kind of stuff!!! Or it just happens WAY too often :|
    Definitely the latter!

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    NEVER EATING TAKEAWAY AGAIN.

    We found a bolt in some KFC chips once. Obviously time for a new deep fryer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Areca View Post
    Friends of mine used to work at subway. So many horror stories from there, the main two -

    The cooler broke down and was down for two days and instead of closing the store until it was fixed the owner made them serve all the food as normal...lots of food poisoning I'm going to guess

    This particular subway is on a river bank so they had a rat problem and one day the owner walked out the back, picked up a knife, stabbed a rat with it and then put it back in the bucket with all the other knives ready to cut up food to go on someone's roll
    That's awful! Poor people that ended up with food poisoning

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    Quote Originally Posted by CluckySC View Post
    Not really fast food but at a cafe with a friend she ordered soup and it was full of glass. We complained and were told to "stop whinging, it's probably just gravel"... Er, because that would be ok??
    Right because gravel is so much better then glass? It's pretty bad when companies act like it's your fault if something isn't right with their product

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wonky Donkey View Post
    Haha did his name start with A?
    Nope, S. He was actually sing "salmonella, salmonella" to the tune of "Hot potato" by the Wiggles as he licked it...

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    I always check food authority.nsw.gov.au ( I'm sure there is one for every state) you can check by suburb or name what restaurants have been given penalty notices and closures for breeches, we checked it for the first time at work a few years ago and some of the fines they get are for not being clean, pests observed at food prep areas moldy food etc a few stated rat feces found in food! , a lot of KFC and McDonalds restaurants on there plus those salad and sushi bars at food courts! So every time we go to a new restaurant we check it first!
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    Quote Originally Posted by naebie View Post
    Nope, S. He was actually sing "salmonella, salmonella" to the tune of "Hot potato" by the Wiggles as he licked it...
    Great! I guess it's more than likely there's a whole heap of d1cks that would find that amusing LOL

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