Meat Wilfully Served To Customers After It Fell On A Sidewalk

The meat was cooked and sold to presumably unknowing patrons
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There were no apparent repercussions for the sanitary violation

There were no apparent repercussions for the sanitary violation

A raw meat
shipment to a Chinatown food retailer in Hawaii was reportedly wilfully fed it to clientele after it fell 'skin-down' on the sidewalk.

Photo
evidence

The
Department of Health (DOH) was informed of the incident by a passerby who took
a photo of the meat on the sidewalk and contacted the organization.

By the time
the DOH arrived, the meat had already been served to customers.

Recent studies have shown most supermarket meat to be contaminated with superbugs

Recent studies have shown most supermarket meat to be contaminated with superbugs

Still in
operation

Chun's Meat
Market - the offending retailer - had the right to refuse the evidently soiled
product, but accepted it anyway, cooking it and cleaning it before selling it
to patrons.

The
employees were then reportedly 'educated' by DOH workers on better practices.

The
business is still in operation.