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Would you eat at this restaurant?

We've had a few laughs about a restaurant at a nearby town. Two employees took baths in one of the sinks used to clean cooking utensils.

It appears that the incident is a violation of health department rules but no prosecution or punishment is likely since no health department inspector witnessed the activity. - News - Photos Show Fast-Food Restaurant Workers Bathing In Kitchen Sink
Restaurant workers bathe in kitchen sink - Winston-Salem Journal

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Don't you guys have digital photography? It would have avoided that

nosy (no pun intended) CVS worker from going public. I suppose it was kind of like a whirlpool. I wonder what else was in that water? Devil

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Some folks do have digital photography ...

I don't, and these clowns apparently don't have it yet, either.

It does make you wonder, though. The restaurant is supposed to have a manager on duty whenever it is open. Where was the manager when the pictures were taken?

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NT I'd guess under the suds...

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