Teddy’s Bigger Burgers has closed the Mapunapuna location and fired two workers who appeared throughout the Snapchat video.
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“We’re horrified former teenage employee would conduct themselves in which means and make such a video of which we’re investigating its authenticity,” talked about Richard Stula, the president of Teddy’s Bigger Burgers.
The company initiated a “full sanitization” and is altering instruments and utensils on the fast-food restaurant after the video was shared with them quite a lot of days up to now, Stula talked about throughout the assertion.
“We’ll then ship an organization group in to look at and full a radical audit of the position sooner than it is allowed to re-open,” Stula talked about.
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The state Division of Effectively being is scheduled to look at the restaurant on Mapunapuna Street on Friday.
The company might be contacting a licensed pest administration operator to take a look at the restaurant for rodents, talked about Peter Oshiro, the state’s environmental effectively being program supervisor. “DOH appreciates the remedial and proactive efforts undertaken by the restaurant proprietor to protect public effectively being,” Oshiro talked about in a press launch.
The restaurant obtained a passing inexperienced placard following its ultimate state inspection in June.
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The company is consulting with its attorneys about potential licensed movement in opposition to the earlier workers, Stula talked about. “We’re horrified a former employee would create one factor like this making an attempt to destroy our standing with out regard for our 20-plus years of top quality and aloha,” he talked about.