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Tiệm cá Chinatown bị trừ điểm vệ sinh nặng vì đứng đạp giày trên cá

 

MN: Một tiệm cá ở Chinatown ở New York City bị trừ điểm vệ sinh nặng, sau khi khách hàng quay lại video một thợ điện đứng đạp giày trên những con cá đang bày bán trên quầy để... sửa điện. Bà khách hàng vừa quay video vừa kinh ngạc nói, "Trời đất ơi, trời đất ơi, này anh đang đạp giày trên thức ăn kia kìa!".  Người thợ điện quay lại  - với bộ mặt ngạc nhiên - nói tiệm cá rồi sẽ rửa các con cá này thôi.

 

Một người làm của tiệm cá Hung Kee Fish & Meat Food Market này nói với Pix 11 hôm thứ Hai là họ đã vất bỏ những con cá bị đạp lên rồi, nhưng giải thích đó chưa đủ đối với New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets. Người phát ngôn của New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets nói bằng chứng video cho thấy rõ ràng sự vi phạm an toàn thực phẩm, và cuộc kiểm tra vệ sinh hôm thứ Hai 8 tháng 1 2018 có kết qủa là tiệm này có những thiếu sót nghiêm trọng. Dưới đây là bản tin của Fox News Chinatown market slapped with health violations after worker caught standing on fish.

 

 

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A worker at this Chinatown food market in New York City was recorded standing on fish while he was fixing an electrical box.  (#jukinmedia)

 

 

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Chinatown market slapped with health violations after worker caught standing on fish

 

Health inspectors have confirmed that something fishy is going on at a Chinatown grocery store.

 

The Hung Kee Fish & Meat Food Market in New York City reportedly was slapped with a “C” grade for "critical deficiencies" Monday after a customer recorded a video of a maintenance worker standing on top of fish for sale while he was fixing an electrical box.

 

“Seriously, seriously, you’re gonna stand there on the food with your boots," the woman is heard saying in the video, which was posted on Facebook on Jan. 4 and has since gone viral, with more than 170,000 views.

 

The worker – with a surprised look -- says the store will then wash the fish, before kicking one with his boot.

 

“Oh you wash it, so it’s OK?" the woman then asks.

 

An employee at the store told Pix 11 on Monday the man in the video was called in to fix an emergency electrical problem and that all the fish he stood on – which appeared to be red snapper -- were tossed away.

 

But that answer was not good enough for the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets.

 

"Upon receiving a video exposing an apparent food safety violation at Hung Kee Food Market in Chinatown, the Department sent a food safety inspector to examine the facility,” a spokesperson told Pix 11. “A full sanitary inspection was conducted on Monday, January 8, 2018, resulting in critical deficiencies."

 

The department said management has since instructed employees on how to access the store’s electrical panels without jeopardizing product integrity.

 

The Hung Kee Fish & Meat Food Market was told to post the results of the inspection in a visible spot in the store, Pix 11 reported. A follow-up inspection was also expected sometime in the near future.

 

The viral video prompted a flood of negative 1-star reviews on the store’s Yelp page, where users posted dozens of photos of the incident.

 

“Disgusting.....where is the manager ? Owner ? This place is terrible!!!!! Shop elsewhere please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!” read one of the reviews.

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