Creepy fast food worker caught urinating in milkshakes drunk by 40 customers
A creepy fast food worker was found to have urinated in the milkshake mix, during a child porn investigation which took a strange turn.
The unnamed man, who is a night manager at American fast food chain Arby's allegedly committed the strange and disgusting act twice.
And shockingly, it is thought that around 40 customer have consumed the drink on October 30, with one customer even ordering an ice cream float on that date.
The brand was located in Vancouver, and local police confirmed that the man in question also faces charges of possessing and distributing child pornography and assault.
The also confirmed that the man besmirched the milkshake mixture for “sexual gratification”.
An Arby's spokesman told local news outlets: “The alleged actions of the former franchised employee are abhorrent and unacceptable.
“We have taken immediate action with the franchise group who terminated the former employee and is fully cooperating with the authorities in their investigation.”
The chain did confirm that they were unaware of the incident until this week, as he was on the night shift by himself at the time.
The lewd act was caught on video, with footage lasting around 16 seconds.
He did admit to the police that he committed the act, but claims to have thrown the bag away, although did clarify that if he didn't, then it would have been added to the machines the next day.
The 29-year-old man in question, who has had his bail release raised from around £3,000 to around £35,000, admitted downloading and distributing child pornography.
A police search of his phone and other digital devices found “dozens of photos and videos depicting the sexual exploitation of children,” the authorities said.
A local medical expert did state that anyone who drunk the tainted milkshake wouldn't be harmed.
Clark County Public Health Director Dr. Alan Melnick said: “There is no significant health risk to consuming a drink contaminated with urine.”
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