By Wyatt Earp | October 30, 2008
Rule number one in dining out with the family is to not complain about food temp, wait staff, and atmosphere. Why?
A bitter row has broken out between one of Sydney’s largest tourist pubs and a family of five who accused chefs of serving human excrement in their gelato after they complained about noise during a football match.
Hey, whip cream would make it all better, right? Eh, maybe not so much.
“The stench went through my nostrils, I retched and spat it into the napkin,” Jessica Whyte told the Daily Telegraph newspaper, recounting what local media are calling “gelati-gate.”
Okay, so there has to be proof to really allow the issue to be resolved by the courts, right?
The pub has denied serving excrement to the Whyte’s after they complained they were unable to hear a televised football game due to loud music, with both the chef and restaurant manager volunteering for DNA tests to prove their innocence.
Bet those that are doing the testing are glad the DNA comes from the mouth.
(Posted by RT.)