Hygiene inspectors found 'brown fingerprints' in the kitchen

 
Hygiene inspectors found 'brown fingerprints' in the kitchen
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A 46-year-old Muslim chef, Mahtab Chowdhury in Swindon in England, has pleaded guilty to all ten breaches of the British hygiene legislation.

Among other things, hygiene inspectors found 'brown fingerprints' in the 46-year-old's kitchen.

In court it has emerged how representatives from the English Food Standards Agency were greeted by 'very low hygiene standards' when they visited and controlled Mahtub Chowdhury's Indian takeaway restaurant, which he had rented from the local Nine Elms Pub, reports Ekstra Bladet.

The inspectors also found a very dirty bottle in the kitchen, which on closer inspection turned out to be smeared with feces. The chef explained that he has filled the bottle with water from the kitchen to wash after going to the toilet. According to him, he refuses to use toilet paper 'for cultural reasons'.

The same chef was last year fined 5,000 British pounds for similar conditions.

Mahtub Chowdhury, who no longer works in the Indian takeaway kitchen, has not yet received a verdict for the charges which he has now pleaded guilty to.

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