Things were already terrible for the Guangzhou Communications Technical School when one of its staff members with less-than-ideal hygiene standards was caught on camera, reports Sina News.
A student of the school recorded the shenanigans on the morning of September 16. A cafeteria worker is seen in the video in a white chef’s hat chewing on a bone she took from a pot of soup. Then she tossed the bone back into the soup.
The school has released a statement saying that these workers are all outsourced and will be replaced immediately, which is a common response in these types of situations.
The head of the school said the No. 3 cafeteria in Baiyun district has a rigid standard of behaviour. Students are only served simple soups like seaweed or tomato and egg, whereas menu items containing meat, like chicken soup, is reserved for teachers and cafeteria staff. As the principal said, “Therefore, the students could never have eaten this soup.”
Which brings up another question: why can teachers – and not students – have meat in their soup?
Here’s the video:
Photos: Yang Tse Evening Report