What Goes On Behind Closed Doors?
By now you’ve probably seen the video of the Checkers’ employee wiping a bun on the floor and then picking it up and preparing it for consumption. As nasty as this is, it isn’t the first time we’ve heard about food servers deliberately contaminating food—who among us hasn’t been hesitant to make a complaint in a restaurant, worried about what might happen to our food on the return trip to our table? Still, we push past that concern, choosing to believe in the integrity of the staff at the restaurants we frequent. But I read something this week that put a spin on things and raises the question: What happens in a restaurant after its doors have closed for the day?
Remnants of a meth lab were discovered at a Cedar Rapids Taco Bell. Two men, one of them an employee of the franchise, were arrested and charged with conspiracy to manufacture meth—in the restaurant, after closing time. Here’s a link to the article: Meth Lab Remnants in Iowa Taco Bell
Who knows what goes on anywhere after day’s end when the doors are closed and locked up? Have you ever wondered? Will you wonder now?
See you Monday for Pawsitive Pondering!