A man in New York says he was fired from a pizzeria after allegedly showing his boss that his co-workers mishandled the food.
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Allegedly, Matthew Grady was fired from Syracuse's Pizza Key Pizza after showing his manager a video of other employees collecting spilled chicken wings from the floor with plans to serve them to customers.
"Like 400 wings dropped to the ground. They're like & # 39; nah, I'm going to pick them up and use them & # 39;". Then they picked them up, washed them, used them, fried them, "Grady told Spectrum News.
The wings were supposedly rinsed and served to customers that day.
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The cleanliness of the restaurant worried Grady, who says that the chicken is left "for hours" and the trays to prepare the pizza are placed in trash cans.
Key Pizza owner Sarfraz Mann refutes the claims and tells Spectrum News that his business has never had problems with health violations.
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"We treat them well; we have quality, service, disinfection," said Mann. "The inspector of the city passes us, so there is nothing more to say about anyone."
However, Mann admitted that when the kitchen is full "it is when they catch you" making mistakes. But, he says that if he had been present when the employees were picking up the spilled chicken, he would have handled it better.
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"I would have made them throw them away," Mann said. "It could have been handled in a better way, but it wasn't because they were doing their thing."