“Nothing is more important than the safety of our customers and team members. We have strict food handling procedures and zero tolerance for any violations.”
Taco Bell recently issued the above statement after one of its employees posted a photo of himself urinating on a plate of what the restaurant calls their Narchos BellGrande.
The employee, now identified as Cameron Jankowski in Fort Wayne, Indiana, posted the photo on Twitter and addressed it to Hunter Moore (@Huntermoore) with the hash tags #pissolympics and #nachobellgrande and a link to the photo below.
In response, an Anonymous hacker then found and posted Jankowkis’ information in a YouTube video. Shortly after, Jankowski deleted the tweet with the photo. He was suspended and will likely be fired.
Taco Bell released a statement:
As soon as we learned of the situation, we immediately investigated and found the photo was an ill-conceived prank and the food was never served to customers. We find this prank absolutely unacceptable, and we plan to terminate anyone involved and work with authorities to pursue legal action.
Before removing the photo, Jankowski argued with critics on Twitter saying (in various tweets), “Sorry for disappointing you all, but I didn’t serve those. That’s too f*cked hahaha” He then posted, “I pissed on them where nobody could see, in private, an [sic] I threw them away. There’s literally nothing they can do. Fire me. I don’t care.” He then claimed, “There are no laws saying what you can and cannot piss upon.”
Why he thought peeing on food at work would not result in punishment is quite odd.