Ok so where do I begin? Let me just start by saying this, playing with my food will get you cut!
A vile pig recorded himself peeing on a conveyor belt at the Kellogg cereal factory plant he worked at in South Memphis, TN. Let that sink in.
The stomach-churning incident happened in 2014 & the company had no idea about it until the video surfaced online- 2 years later!!! I am 100% willing to bet those contaminated products made it to the shelves where unassuming consumers would have purchased and consumed them by now.
Who knows how many other times this has happened before or after that. If it can happen at a reputable company like Kellogg, it can (& probably has) happened anywhere!
This guy probably never would have been “exposed” if the video hadn’t found its way to Worldstar where it’s been viewed over 500k times. Sick. Disgusting. Uncool.
I wonder if he submitted the video himself hoping to gain some sort of notoriety. Hopefully it will gain him a lot of prison time.
I’ve never wished jail on anyone, but they need to find this guy and lock his ass up!
Check out the story and join the discussion.
According to Fortune:
Kellogg said that a criminal investigation is underway into a man seen urinating into cereal at one of its factory assembly lines after a video of the 2014 incident surfaced online last week and went viral.
The company found out on Friday about the graphic “not-suitable for work” video, that has now been seen almost 500,000 on the World Star Hip Hop site, and immediately informed law enforcement, Kellogg told Fortune in a statement. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s Office of Criminal Investigation is conducting a probe and the company is conducting an internal investigation. Kellogg said it is still working to identify the individual in the video.
Kellogg spokesperson Kris Charles told Fortune:
“Food quality is of the utmost importance to Kellogg Company. We are outraged by this completely unacceptable situation”
Kellogg said that any potentially affected product (mostly Rice Kripsies Treats) would be very limited in quantity and past their expiration dates.