Chinese Restaurant Guy In Worcester Cutting Up Raw Meat With Bare Hands Outside On Nasty Loading Deck Is The Least Surprising Thing I’ve Ever Seen
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A few hundred people have shared these pictures on Facebook from a Chinese restaurant in Worcester……
Looks like the secret ingredient for the orange beef is……AIDS.
So……what’s the big deal here? Yea, what this guy is doing pretty much violates every health and sanitary law that has ever existed for places that serve food. He’s doing it outside on a hot day, handling meat with his bair hands, throwing them in what appears to be the bottom half of a broken storage container, right next to quite possibly the most filthy looking door that has ever existed, on top of stairs where two hobos oozed their love juices the night before.
So again…..why is anyone surprised by this? It’s a Chinese restaurant in Worcester. This is what I assume happens behind the scenes at any Chinese restaurant in Worcester. They just operate by a different set of codes than everyone else. I thought everyone knew this.
We used to go to the Tin Tin Buffet a lot back in the day. The only person who spoke English there was the 11 year old girl doing her homework at the register. The last time I ate there (before they either went out of business or got shut down by the board of health) we were stuffing our face with crab raccoon and I looked over and saw the same 11 year old girl and her old man cutting green beans with dull scissors you’d see in a elementary school art class. Neither had gloves. The table they were sitting at was filthy. There were no plates. Just a big pile of green beans and a bootleg assembly line cutting them in half in front of the only customers in the joint.
Didn’t stop me from going up to get more General Cow. Because that’s just the social contract you accept when you step foot in a Worcester Chinese restaurant.
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