well, they were found hanging.
Originally Posted by Mike19
Thanks for the clarification.
Originally Posted by snupytcb
I thought that is what you ment, but even with the restaurants I have worked in, that seemed beyond my imagination.
Atleast the dude washed it off!!
Originally Posted by 2sac
I had to work on a Delfield Pizza Prep Table with refrigerated rail.
I went to pull the drawers out, and there was almost a bushel of spoiled veggies around the evap.
I almost barfed up my breakfast, right there.
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i know, crazy right? i heard not to long ago they opened a new one in another county. i am so glad they were never my customer.
Originally Posted by Mike19
Is there any rule for or against turning people in to the health dept. I have considered it a few times!!!!!
If the health dept performed proper inspections, cleanliness wouldn't be an issue. Every restaurant would be spotless.
Originally Posted by cavalieri85
Officially, Down for the count
YOU HAVE TO GET OFF YOUR ASS TO GET ON YOUR FEET
I know enough to know, I don't know enough
Liberalism-Ideas so good they mandate them
Do health dept rules differ by state. I remember as a kid working in restaurants in New York and they where 100 times cleaner than in florida
Worked at a Chinese restaurant. Had my hand on the next prep line cooler for balance while I worked on another one. Went to get up and could not get my hand unstuck due to the grease and stuff.
Opened up ice machine at Japanese sandwhich shop and found green, black and orange mold floating and growing all over the ice plate! Excused myself and never came back. Made me sick just to look at it. The owner just stood there and never said a word.
Ladies house early in the morning. She eating a bowl of cereal. Felt something looking at me while talking to here. Turned to my left, looked on top of the refrigeration and there lies a dead cat...and dead for a while...but it was still looking at me.
Called to work on an ice machine at one of the local "old fashion food" dinners here. Something funny smelling and odd colors in the ice bin. Followed the drain out the bottom, into a garden hose, into a crawl space where someone had mechanically connect the garden hose into the main sewer line next to the bathrooms. No trap, no air space. The sewer gases were coming up into the ice bin. Been that way for a long time.
Went to a failed restaurant to take back the refrigeration equipment. Reached inside of the cola despenser to remove the soda lines and my arm went crazy with what felt like a million pin pricks. Pulled my arm out and had a least a million bugs, cockroaches running around. Slung my arm and bugs were flying all over. Grown workmen screaming and crying to get away as the bugs were hitting them all over. Bunch of sissies.
"The American Republic will endure until the day Congress discovers it can bribe the public with the public's own money.
- Alexis de Toqueville, 1835
Oh my gosh there are so many. The absolute worst was about 15 years ago. A residential in the low income district. Roaches, dog and cat crap and piss, garbage, etc. guy sitting on couch in his boxers. Small plate on top of his PBR to keep the roaches out but not off of it. No signal on G from stat. Down in basement tracing wire I see a wad of electrical tape on center beam between joists. Ah ha. Reached up and pulled it out. Wait for it. Wait for it. Ahhhhh. Cock roach shower. Hundreds of them covered me from head to toe. As far as I know the tools I left are still there. Down to my jeans and sox when I made it out the front door. Address etched in my brain. The worst.
Oh man I would a flipped out big time.
Originally Posted by Tommy knocker
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Local "gourmet" restaurant. Drawered reachin, all the gaskets shot, and drawer mechanisms worn out, finally got drawers out. Darned near lost my breakfast looking at the stuff growing in there. The owner came strolling by and asked me what the major problem was,,,,,,I told him his cooks werent doing a good job of cleaning. The big fat gal that was standing in front of the grill said "I was hired to cook, not clean." I told her if she were working in my restaurant, she'd be kicking road apples. Haven't been invited back, Thank You.
One way to outthink people is to make them think you think. They'll think you're not really thinking what you're trying to get them to think you think...........
Most kitchen workers have the same attitude , and it shows
Originally Posted by uniservice