I got this e-mail from someone who apparently had a bad experience at Taco Bell, and for some reason thought “Epic Portions” really means Taco Bell Corporate Complain Hot line. I have no idea if it’s even legal to post this, but it’s so damn funny that I don’t care. As someone who has worked in retail for years, stupid customers are always amusing to me. Oh, but apparently I was the stupid one here. Read on..
From: Donald W. Hull To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: health violations Sent: Jun 11, 2009 10:05 AM On June 10, 2009, approximately 9:15 pm, an employee at the taco bell 3rd street and Mcdowell, phx az, was seen slumped over a meal in preparation, apparently spitting, in the persons food, MINE, due to the fact that the food was prepared improperly the first time, (this is a common occurance in this store), I was polite and asked for the order to be made to what was ordered (3 1/2 buritos) and what was brought to me was less than half of what I had paid for. I am reporting this to bbb, and the health department has been notified as well. I have been an avid consumer of taco bell, and now want nothing to do with your company and wish that every penny that has ever been spent in the establishments would be returned for the incompetance of your people...... From: John Moors <email@example.com> To: Donald W. Hull Sent: Thu, 11 Jun 2009 10:10 am Subject: Re: health violations I don't know what you're thinking but I don't have any affiliation with Taco Bell. I am truly sorry these unfortunate events have happened to you. From: Donald W. Hull To: John Moors <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Thu, 11 Jun 2009 10:25 AM Subject: Re: health violations I guess I got the wrong site, which health department do I report this incident to? From: John Moors <email@example.com> To: Donald W. Hull Sent: Thu, 11 Jun 2009 10:35 am Subject: Re: health violations I would highly recommend you contact your local authorities because of the severity of this situation. Spitting in food is unnaceptable and you should contact an attorney to begin litigation proceedings. By the way, what the hell is a half of a burrito? From: Donald W. Hull To: John Moors <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Thu, 11 Jun 2009 10:45 AM Subject: Re: health violations you know the difference between an 89cent burito and a half pound burito right?!