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Chthonic asks: What's the naughtiest thing a boss has ever asked you to do? And did you do it? Or perhaps you are the boss and would like to confess.

(, Thu 7 Jul 2011, 13:36)
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this one time working in asda
you know those hot chickens?
they come in a big plastic bag with all the flavor and juices sloshing around all packed in plastic cases,well moving a pallet of these cases i caught the corner of the deli unit i was taking them to.
the sight of dozens of raw chickens skidding across the floor was very impressive indeed.
the mess however was soon cleaned and bagged and still put in to the cooker, this was seen by several workers and a manager but nothing was said as the drop in takings for that day would have had to looked in to
so dont eat the hot chicken
(, Thu 7 Jul 2011, 18:29, 5 replies)
^ this for Morrisons
And the manager told us to do it, he didn't want to write off the cost of fifteen chickens. All over the warehouse floor too, which has a variety of lethal chemicals washed over it once a week.
(, Thu 7 Jul 2011, 18:45, closed)
Well it IS a well-known fact that applying heat to 'cook' meat doesn't kill bugs.

(, Thu 7 Jul 2011, 18:47, closed)
Our takings were down the next week as well
no doubt due to the fact that we'd managed to kill off a load of customers.
(, Thu 7 Jul 2011, 18:53, closed)
cooking does indeed "kill bugs"
but it can't be relied upon to disintegrate grit, destroy bacterial toxins, or neutralise cleaning chemicals.
(, Thu 7 Jul 2011, 19:53, closed)
Working near to a KFC, I used to watch their morning deliveries coming in.
Massive bags of raw chicken legs. Quite a grim sight, but not sufficient to put me off eating there (the fact that their food is terrible had long ago sorted that out).
(, Thu 7 Jul 2011, 19:53, closed)

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