A staff member at a KFC restaurant has been suspended after an anonymous post on Facebook claimed that customers’ food was laced with pubic hair.
According to reports, someone wrote the post on the Spotted Cardiff page, claiming that a KFC worker put pubic hair into the food of a group of girls who were being rude at the drive through. The group of girl’s allegedly told the KFC employee that she, “needed to smile more.” The person who posted the message on Facebook was clearly very angry and claimed to have gotten the girls back.
“To the girls who came through KFC drive thru on western avenue just then… Threatened my friend who served you because she 'needed to smile more'?” read the Facebook post. “Karma's a bitch girls, hope you enjoyed your food I made for you after over hearing the way you spoke to my girl on the head set… be picking pubes out your teeth for a week, mwah xo.”
Now, the local KFC restaurant says they have suspended the employee in question and insist that the proper measures are being taken.
“We have investigated this incident and although there was an altercation in the drive-thru between the customers and a member of our team, we do not believe the food was contaminated in any way,” said a KFC spokesperson. “We have the highest standards of food hygiene and do not tolerate even the suggestion of this kind of behaviour, and therefore the employee was suspended as soon as the matter came to our attention.”
The Spotted Cardiff page on Facebook is set up so that people can post anonymously.