Arby manager urinating: A manager of an Arby’s fast food restaurant in Washington state is suspected of peeing in milkshake mix, which could have been served to dozens of people.
According to The Columbian newspaper, police in Vancouver discovered film of the 29-year-old guy peeing into a bag of milkshake mix while searching his phone as part of a child pornography investigation.
After police said they obtained the 16-second urinating video, the manager made two court appearances: one on Wednesday for child porn charges and another on Friday for a new charge of second-degree assault with sexual motivation.
The video was filmed on Oct. 30 at an Arby’s in Vancouver’s Mill Plain neighbourhood, according to a probable cause document filed in Clark County Superior Court.
What is Arby?
Arby’s is a fast food sandwich restaurant franchise in the United States with over 3,300 locations and ranks third in terms of sales. Arby’s was named “America’s second largest sandwich chain” by Food & Wine in October 2017. (after Subway).
Inspire Brands’ flagship business, the renamed Arby’s Restaurant Group, Inc., is Arby’s (ARG). On February 5, 2018, ARG was renamed after the firm acquired Buffalo Wild Wings.
Managert Admitted crime
The Arby manager urinating admitted to investigators that he urinated at least twice in the milkshake mix bag, but said he was “pretty certain” he tossed it out. He said that he was working alone in the restaurant that night for sexual gratification.
He informed officers that if he hadn’t thrown the bag away, it would have been mixed with other ingredients and served to customers the next shift, according to police.
According to court records, another Arby’s manager informed detectives that the restaurant served at least one ice cream float and around 30 to 40 milkshakes that day.
Investigators have no indication that Arby’s or its franchise owner were aware of the man’s “abhorrent acts,” Vancouver Police Sgt. Julie Ballou stated in an email to The Columbian.
Drinking urine-contaminated water poses no major health risk, according to Clark County Public Health Director Dr. Alan Melnick.
The man’s bail was upped from $5,000 to $40,000 by a court on Friday. His arraignment is set for May 25.
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