Hijinks in the sink at an Anderson fast-food restaurant have cost three girls their jobs.
After closing the Anderson Kentucky Fried Chicken one recent night, the girls stripped to their underwear or changed into bathing suits and took a bath in the dishwashing sink. One of them posted the photos of the event on her public MySpace Web page.
The restaurant had passed its last health inspection in September and is due for another next month. Looking at the pictures, Hastings said the girls are violating state Health Code 113971 – which details that restaurant workers are required to wear clean clothes.
“Obviously they are not wearing clean outer clothing,” Hastings said.
She said the deep multi-section sink is designed to be used to pre-rinse, wash, rinse and sanitize dishes.
“You just don’t think someone is going to get in there,” Hastings said. “It’s definitely not made for humans.”
After the hilarity of teen girls bathing in a KFC kitchen sink, in comes the the Health Department and the code violation is they were not wearing clean clothes. I bet they clothes they were wearing were pretty damn clean.
Thanx to ColombianMonkey for leading me to this gem.