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Friday, February 3, 2017

Charges: Plant worker put dirt on chickens

Apparently, when you get sick of your monotonous factory job, you should just chuck some dirt stuff.

The Associated Press:

A woman is facing charges for allegedly contaminating chicken while working at a Minnesota processing plant.

Prosecutors allege Faye Slye put sand and dirt on chicken at the Gold’n Plump plant in Cold Spring in June. The plant’s owner later recalled 27 tons of chicken, citing an “isolated product tampering incident” at the plant.

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Minnesota > Cold Spring

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