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February 19, 2020
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Contaminated Food

Fast food outlets are becoming favourite avenues for many people who go for cheap food.

 

But consumers are advised to take precautions when buying from fast food outlets.

 

Yesterday, a Public Solicitor’s officer who entered an Asian owned Kai Bar in Boroko for a quick lunch, found what happen to be toilet tissues and a piece of wire in his food.

 

Samson Simbi, a Public Solicitor’s employee went for a quick lunch at the Kakaruk King Kai-Bar in Boroko.

 

He bought a bun for K2.60 and after consuming part of it, he realized the taste was unsatisfactory.

 

When he broke open the bun, he found what appeared to be toilet tissues and a piece of wire.

 

The contaminated bun was returned to the Asian owner of the Kai Bar after a formal complaint was laid at the Boroko police station.

 

Such incidents are not new in PNG. Many similar cases were reported to relevant authorities but very little inspections have been carried out to justify the quality of food and cleanliness of such fast food outlets.

 

Barnabas Maua, President of Former State Employees Association said people providing such services must consider the health of their customers and prepare food appropriately.

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