A WOMAN was left horrified after she claims she spotted a giant fungus growing inside a toilet at a Burger King restaurant
Natalie Singleton snapped these pictures showing what appears to be curly mushrooms clinging to the skirting board inside the cubicle.
Natalie Singleton said she was left horrified when she saw what she claims to be fungus growing inside the Burger King toilets[/caption]
Natalie said she stopped at this restaurant in Sandfields, Port Talbot, Wales on Thursday[/caption]
The 31-year-old said she was on her way to work on Thursday afternoon when she decided to stop off at the fast-food chain in Sandfields, Port Talbot, Wales.
She said:”I was calling in to use the toilets on my way to work, it was the left side cubicle in the women’s toilets as you walk in, the furthest one away from the door.
“I have never seen a toilet so dirty, there was tissue everywhere, the smell was terrible and to top it off fungi was growing in the cubicles, I have never seen anything like it.
“I was shocked and I couldn’t believe that a franchise as big as Burger king would have such poor health and hygiene conditions.”
I have never seen a toilet so dirty, there was tissue everywhere, the smell was terrible and to top it off fungi was growing in the cubicles, I have never seen anything like it
Natalie said she had reported the matter to Neath Port Talbot Council’s environmental health department.
She added: “I tried to tell a member of staff and they said they would look into it.
“It’s put me off going there in the future, I will never eat or use the restroom there again.”
The images were posted to Facebook group, Neath Constituency Voice for Everyone , with many people commenting on the pictures calling the toilets “disgusting” and “awful”.
A photo taken on Friday afternoon appears to show that the toilets have now been cleaned.
Sun Online has contacted Burger King for comment. However, a spokeswoman told the Mirror: “Hygiene is a top priority at Burger King UK restaurants.
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“We are working with the franchisee who independently owns and operates this restaurant location to investigate this matter, and appropriate action will be taken to ensure that our hygiene standards are maintained.”
Neath Port Talbot Council has also confirmed it is investigating.
A spokesman for the council said: “We were notified this morning (Friday) and are currently investigating.”
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The pictures appear to show curly mushrooms growing in the cubicle[/caption]
A photo posted the next day appears to show that the toilet has been cleaned[/caption]