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Crimson Robin says worker fired after stories of edibles present in buyer’s to-go orders

Crimson Robin stated Friday that it has fired an worker after receiving stories of shoppers…

Crimson Robin stated Friday that it has fired an worker after receiving stories of shoppers discovering potential drug-laced treats of their to-go luggage.

This comes a day after we reported {that a} Channel 9 worker stated he ordered meals twice from the Crimson Robin restaurant Wednesday and found Rice Krispies and Fruit Loop treats in his bag with a card promoting edibles. He stated he virtually gave it to his baby.

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On Friday, two extra clients advised reporter Anthony Kustura that the identical factor occurred to them.

One girl stated she ordered from the restaurant alongside Kenbrooke Drive in College Metropolis Wednesday night time and that she and her daughters bought an unwelcomed deal with of their to-go bag.

“I stated, ‘Oh, I didn’t know you ordered a desert or one thing,’ and she or he stated, ‘I didn’t,’” the girl stated.

She stated the merchandise resembled a Rice Krispies deal with, together with a card selling “Kellz Candy Treets: The Unimaginable Edible.”

“It was a shock to understand the particular person was that daring to present their card, put their face on the market,” the girl stated.

The deal with is just like what the Channel 9 worker stated he acquired from the identical location on the identical day. One other viewer despatched us a photograph saying she bought the gummy sweet with the identical enterprise card, additionally on Wednesday.

The Twitter account listed on the enterprise card was taken down after our story aired, however video confirmed what’s described as “infused Bitter Patch Youngsters.”

It’s all very regarding for this once-regular buyer.

“I’m simply involved for kids which will get it, particularly,” the girl stated.

She imagine the person pictured on the cardboard is similar man who introduced her order to her automotive. It’s not clear whether or not any of the treats truly include medication.

Within the meantime, the girl is warning everybody to be vigilant about their meals.

“(Verify) that there’s nothing extra that you just didn’t order, for certain,” the girl stated.

Channel 9 additionally discovered Friday that the Mecklenburg County Well being Division visited a Crimson Robin in College Metropolis, the place clients stated they acquired the undesirable treats. A spokesperson stated they did a walk-through of the ability and didn’t discover any gadgets from an unapproved supply.

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The Channel 9 worker who first introduced this to our consideration stated he additionally get an electronic mail from Crimson Robin Friday, saying his issues have been referred to the related folks.

Full assertion from Crimson Robin:

“Thanks for making us conscious of this matter. We addressed internally and put a direct cease to it. This was not finished with our data and the staff member concerned is not employed by us.”

Full assertion from the Mecklenburg County Well being Division:

“Mecklenburg County Environmental Well being accomplished a web site go to after being notified of potential edibles in takeout luggage on the Crimson Robin situated at 8304 Kenbrooke Rd. An entire stroll by of the ability was performed and all meals gadgets had been FDA/USDA permitted, no meals gadgets from any unapproved sources had been discovered. The NC DHHS Environmental Well being Part and NC Division of Agriculture had been notified and offered this criticism for additional consideration.”

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