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Food This Guy Took A Bath In The Sink At A Wendy's And The Video Is Turning Heads On Social Media

11:25  14 february  2020
11:25  14 february  2020 Source:   delish.com

Wendy's Founder Dave Thomas Regretted Naming the Burger Chain After His Daughter

  Wendy's Founder Dave Thomas Regretted Naming the Burger Chain After His Daughter Wendy Thomas revealed why her dad apologized to her before he passed away.Founded in 1969, Wendy's is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, and on Friday, the chain posted an interview with Wendy Thomas to its official blog to commemorate the occasion. The article offers a number of revelations—for instance, Dave didn't just give Wendy her first Wendy's franchise—she had to go through the system and get a loan just like everyone else—but the most interesting story might be how Wendy's got its name, and how Dave felt about that decision years down the road.

A Wendy ' s employee was fired after he was filmed taking a bath in an industrial kitchen sink at one of the fast food chain's restaurants in Michigan. The video was originally posted on TikTok, then shared on Facebook, where it quickly went viral. The TikTok clip, apparently posted by an employee, appears

Trouble is bubbling for a Florida Wendy ’ s after video footage of a man formerly employed by the fast food chain hit the internet, featuring the jokester taking a bath in an oversized kitchen sink at the restaurant. On May 21, Facebook user Haley Leach shared a 90-second clip of a young

A video of a person wading in a sink in the back of a Wendy's restaurant has been causing a lot of conversation on social media this week.

A video of a person wading in a sink in the back of a Wendy's restaurant has been causing a lot of conversation on social media this week.© Connor Somerfield - Facebook A video of a person wading in a sink in the back of a Wendy's restaurant has been causing a lot of conversation on social media this week.

The video, taken at a Wendy's in Greenville, MI, was originally posted on TikTok by a user who goes by @paulkash2. It has since been taken down, but when it was posted on Facebook by someone named Connor Somerfield, it quickly went viral. It was first reported on by The Daily News.

In the 23-second video, the person is sitting in a sink filled with water and is not wearing a shirt. He tells other people that it "feels like a hot tub," and a person in a Wendy's uniform tosses something in his direction.

Wendy's Founder Dave Thomas Regretted Naming the Burger Chain After His Daughter

  Wendy's Founder Dave Thomas Regretted Naming the Burger Chain After His Daughter Wendy Thomas revealed why her dad apologized to her before he passed away.Founded in 1969, Wendy's is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, and on Friday, the chain posted an interview with Wendy Thomas to its official blog to commemorate the occasion. The article offers a number of revelations—for instance, Dave didn't just give Wendy her first Wendy's franchise—she had to go through the system and get a loan just like everyone else—but the most interesting story might be how Wendy's got its name, and how Dave felt about that decision years down the road.

AN EMPLOYEE was caught on video taking a bath in a Wendy ’ s sink — and All of the employees in the video have now been fired, after the 23-second clip went viral on social media , Newsweek An employee was filmed taking a bath in a sink at a Wendy ' s fast food restaurant — and he said it felt

A disturbing Snapchat video of a young man bathing in a Wendy ' s kitchen sink in Milton, Fla., surfaced on Tuesday, sparking uproar on social media and an investigation by the company that owns the fast food restaurant, the Pensacola News Journal reports.

Somerfield posted it on Facebook with the caption, "So yeah I’m just gonna tell everyone right now DONT NOT GO TO THE GREENVILLE WENDYS. THIS IS DISGUSTING PLEASEEEEEE SHARE THIS."

Comments quickly began rolling in to his post. "I hope everybody got fired," one person said. "The most stupid and childish disgusting thing I have ever seen!!" another wrote.

Delish contacted Team Schostak Family Restaurants, which owns 56 Wendy's locations including the Wendy's in question, and they issued us this statement, attributed to vice president of human resources for Team Schostak Family Restaurants Christian Camp.

This egregious behavior is completely unacceptable and counter to our safety, training and operational standards. Upon learning of this situation, all employees in the video were terminated immediately and the restaurant was completely sanitized. The health department visited the restaurant and no violations were reported.

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