• Kellogg’s factory worker filmed urinating into product

    A Kellogg’s factory worker who filmed himself urinating onto a production line has been jailed.

    Gregory Stanton, 49, also filmed himself urinating into a bucket and throwing the contents onto the Raisin Bran production line.

    Stanton posted the clips online where they went viral before his arrest.

    The sickening clips, taken at the factory in Memphis, Tennessee, sparked mass fears consumers had ingested the contaminated cereal.

    Stanton posted the footage online in 2016, sparking an investigation led by the police and the Food and Drug administration.

    Kellogg’s issued an apology after the footage surfaced, branding the worker, jailed for 10 month, “disgusting”.

    Company President Paul Norman said: “Kellogg takes this situation very seriously and we are shocked and disappointed.

    “While this behavior was disgusting and criminal, this type of situation is a food-quality issue and does not present a food safety risk.”

    Stanton pleaded guilty in November to tampering with consumer products with intent to cause serious injury to the business of any person.

    Prosecutor Michael Dunavant said: “American citizens and consumers rely upon food manufacturers engaged in interstate commerce to provide them with safe and consistent products.

    “This defendant betrayed that trust by tampering with and tainting food products.”

    In addition to his 10-month sentence, Stanton was also ordered to pay $10,000 (£8,000).

  • Foreigner seen urinating from back of Baht Bus in broad daylight

    A “dark skinned” foreigner thought it would be jolly good fun to urinate on the road from a moving song thaew (known in Pattaya as a baht bus).

    So, he undid his zipper and got out what Sanook News called his “anaconda” and started relieving himself all along Sukhumvit Road.

    The man – said to have dark skin by Sanook – was having the time of his life as his mates egged him on laughing and joking.

    This highly inappropriate behavior was witnessed by a candidate for Region 7 in the upcoming election who was out canvassing. Pramet Ngamphichet got one of his staff to tell the driver what he had seen when the song thaew stopped at the red light at the Huay Yai intersection.

    The driver, Mr. Thaweesak, said he would take them to Pattaya police station to file a report.

    Thaweesak later told Sanook that he had picked up six or seven tourists and was in the process of taking them along Sukhumvit Road to Central Beach, Pattaya.

    He had been unaware of what had transpired but having been informed by the candidate’s rep he resolved to go to Pattaya police station.

    However, as he turned into the police station the group of tourists got wise to the impending trouble and fled in several directions.

    Police state they are searching for the foreigner who damaged the reputation of Pattaya.
    Courtesy Sanook news and Thai Visa with light editing from us.

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