Though times are bad now, business owners should never resort to taking shortcuts to make profits – especially if it means putting lives at risk.
Facebook user, Jasonino Wong recently highlighted how his online order of roti bakar (toasted bread) arrived wrapped in the restaurant’s used SOP customer sign in page.
Describing the incident as “unhygienic and horrible” he said he would be lodging a report with the health authorities soon.
This action is not only totally against all health SOPs, but also exposes the names and contact numbers of all those concerned.
“I ordered food from this restaurant through XXX (delivery partner). Look at how they pack the toasted bread! Horrible! Unhygienic! How can the restaurant use paper where customers wrote down their temperature and phone numbers to wrap food! I have reported to the delivery partner,” he wrote.
The delivery partner has since done the right thing and refunded him the amount and has also launched an investigation into the incident.
If found guilty, the restaurant concerned could face penalties under the Food Act 1983 and also in violation of the Personal Data Protection Act 2010.