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    As for why she purchased chicken from a servo, it was in Broome, maybe they were traveling... the road houses are not bad really.

    As for the fact she found drugs in her food...DISGUSTING and this is totally unacceptable, preg or not. This needs to be taken seriously and made an example of!!

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    First of all she has every right to sue. I wouldn't want to be eating into that either 😐secondly I wouldn't go near good like that while pregnant. For those saying that's all her choices, I'm sure there was a bakery or shop not that far from the servo where she could have got lunch from (I've been to broome many times and never been short of decent food). And yep id definitely choose hot chips even if its not the healthier option I know there no chance of listeria (and yes when pregnant instead of good court food I got small hot chips until I got home)

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    Wow, so she bought chicken roll from a servo - does she really need to be condemned for that? It is irrelevant - there are lots of reasons why she could have decided to get the food and that isn't the point here. The point is there were pills in her food, which she bought in good faith, that is the crime here not the fact she ate a servo roll. Give her a break, geez.

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    Appalling. Regardless if she is pregnant is not. You expect to buy food that is not contaminated. Insane!!!

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    What she ate and where she got that food from is irrelevant, the fact is she purchased food from an establishment that violated lots of health regs. That needs to be addressed. I would see red if that were me, pregnant or not because its unacceptable!





    Pregnant or not people have a right to buy food that isn't laced with pills and plastic. What if that sandwich was purchased by a parent and given to a child for Christ sake.





    She and anyone else who has that happen has every right to sue, not nessicarily for monetary purposes but so that the issue is made aware of and the people responsible made to ensure that it doesn't happen again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MonsterMoosMum View Post
    What she ate and where she got that food from is irrelevant, the fact is she purchased food from an establishment that violated lots of health regs. That needs to be addressed. I would see red if that were me, pregnant or not because its unacceptable!



    Pregnant or not people have a right to buy food that isn't laced with pills and plastic. What if that sandwich was purchased from a parent and given to a child for Christ sake.



    She and anyone else who has that happen has every right to sue, not nessicarily for monetary purposes but so that the issue is made aware of and the people responsible made to ensure that it doesn't happen again.
    Thank you- my thoughts exactly!

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    Whilst I agree it shouldn't have been laced in the first place I still believe a pregnant woman needs to take responsibility ( which is a side issue)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plan2bamummy View Post
    Whilst I agree it shouldn't have been laced in the first place I still believe a pregnant woman needs to take responsibility ( which is a side issue)







    But if that sandwich was consumed by a child there wouldn't be a question of why they ate the sandwich there would just be an uproar about it. That fact doesn't change, the fact that those items were in an edible item that they shouldn't have been. It should be dealt with all the same and a pregnant woman has just as much right to not have that sort of stuff in her food as much as any one else including children the elderly etc etc.



    If this were just as case of discussing pregnant woman's food choices, yeah sure we could bang on about what she brought and from where but i truly believe that is irrelevant. Because everyone is entitled not to have food laced with pills and plastic.
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    I dont see how her food choices matter in this instance. In fact, the fact thst she is pregnant is irrelevant to me. She found pills and plastic In her food! That is appalling, why is she being condemned for her food choices? How many people on here admit to eating foods that are recommended against? So because she made what you see as a poor food choice whilst pregnant it means she cant be angry about what was in her food!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plan2bamummy View Post
    Whilst I agree it shouldn't have been laced in the first place I still believe a pregnant woman needs to take responsibility ( which is a side issue)
    I don't see how she could take responsibility for a sandwich that had drugs and plastic in it. The fact that she chose a food that is not recommended for pregnant women is irrelevant. No food should be sold with drugs and plastic in it- to anyone. I don't know anyone who goes through purchased sandwiches to ensure there are no foreign objects in them- because food in Australia must meet a certain standard to be legally sold.

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