Employee DID NOT Admit To 'Pooping' In Wendy's Chili For Over 2 Years

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  • by: Jeremy Smith

There's a disgusting HOAX story making the rounds on the webs and Lead Stories is here to do our duty and debunk it. The NOT TRUE story is titled "Employee Admits To 'Pooping' In Wendy's Chili For Over 2 Years". Come on man. The story comes from a known hoax site but many people don't understand that.

The NOT TRUE nasty story starts:

A Wendy's employee is now under arrest after he admitted to "pooping" in several hundred batches of chili since 2013. Brian Casper, 28, had been an "on time and reliable employee," according to the manager and coworkers at the Mobile, Alabama location. The fact that this happened was a shock to everybody at the restaurant, including the several thousand customers who may have consumed Casper's feces.

Continuing with the nastiness:

Several of the customers say they are considering a class action lawsuit, but nothing has been filed as of yet. Casper was caught by another employee when he exited the bathroom with a cup and was seen adding it to the chili bin. The employee retrieved the ingredients and notified the manager, who then called the police. When confronted, Casper admitted he had been "flavoring the chili" for over 2 years. Casper was arrested, booked on several charges and is awaiting his court hearing.

The mugshot used in the story is actually a 2011 mugshot of a Michigan man "arrested by Michigan cops for marijuana possession and furnishing alcohol to a minor," according to The Smoking Gun. Those aren't rubberbands stretched over his ears, they are actually "modified earlobes." Now you know.

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Jeremy Smith is from Cape Girardeau, Missouri, and currently resides in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He is an editor at Lead Stories, www.leadstories.com, mainly focusing on debunking hoax stories. 

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