Popeyes Employees Make Chicken Sandwiches Over Garbage

Popeyes Introduces Chicken Sandwich

Popeyes Introduces Chicken Sandwich

A Popeye's employee in Virginia was caught on camera making the infamous chicken sandwiches on top of a trash can, but according to the owner, the problem is now corrected.

Merdinger didn't initially intend on going to the press about the situation to attract any social media attention.

"Male pulled a gun on employees of restaurant after they ran out of chicken sandwich", Houston Police announced on Twitter late September 2.

He claims that on the day in question, the restaurant-having recently opened only days prior-suddenly received an order for 100 chicken sandwiches, leaving staff overwhelmed. "Just wanted to make sure that this doesn't happen to anyone else", Merdinger wrote of the unwanted side, which he allegedly found on November 4. Never did he think it would happen to him.

"I was shocked at first". "These are factors you see on social media a pair of times a calendar year, and for it to transpire to me, I was stunned and disgusted..."

On November 4, Jeremy Merdinger picked up two sandwiches - a regular and a spicy one - from Popeyes' West 14th Street location.

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He then said, upon seeing his new employees using an allegedly empty garbage bin to prepare the sandwiches on, he immediately ordered another prep table that arrived subsequently.

Merdinger ate the spicy sandwich with no hiccups. Digging into the spicy sandwich first, he reported it tasted "fine", until a doobie fell out of the second, regular-flavored sandwich - a discovery that made him almost sick to his stomach. "I was taking my last couple of bites from the second sandwich when it fell out and into my lap", he said.

Merdinger got in touch with the restaurant that night, explaining his story and including the receipt and a photo of the roach.

After receiving no response from the company, that's when Merdinger turned to Twitter with his discovery.

"We have high standards for the quality of our ingredients and the preparation of our food", the chain noted in a statement.

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