Wendys - Wendy's Employee did not wash hands after using the bathroom
We stop and walk in because I needed to use the bathroom before ordering our food. While in the bathroom an employee from Wendy’s in uniform walk in and used to urinal that is next to the bathroom sink. I was just finishing washing my hands and proceeded to dry my hands.
I noticed that the employee did not wash his hands after using the bathroom and headed back to work. He opened the door leading to the front counter, stop and put his hands on the counter while the cashier was telling him what to do next in the kitchen. While the employee walk to the kitchen area I told the cashier that he was just in the bathroom and did not wash his hands before returning to work.
Apparently the employee heard me talking to the cashier and as she turned to talk to the employee he started screaming in a threatening way to me. He said “there is nowhere that says that I have to wash my hands two times, so I am washing them now, what is your problem”. While he was screaming at me from the back of the kitchen, a manager came to the cashier area, but he just look at me and continue helping with the window orders. To make things worse the cashier just looks at me and said “I guess he is washing them now!
I screamed back to the employee that, I was concern with my health and those around me. Other customers were making comments to the fact that they could not believe that the manager did not say or do anything to correct the situation. I have never experienced such attitude from employees of a fast food restaurant or the lack of concern of people that are in-charge. At this time I decided that it was to my best interest to leave the restaurant with my daughters.
Employees at Wendy’s can cause serious illness and even death through the contamination of food with fecal matter left on hands after using the bathroom.