Worker Video: Golden Corral Hides Food by Dumpster

Scandal explodes on Reddit
By Kevin Spak,  Newser Staff
Posted Jul 8, 2013 11:16 AM CDT

Food chains around the country must rue the day someone decided to add cameras to phones. Golden Corral is the latest to have its dirty ground beef aired online, as Reddit exploded this morning in reaction to a video from one employee showing all manner of meat camped out near the dumpster in what he alleged was an attempt to hide it from food inspectors, Mashable reports.

"I've been working here for a long time, and I don't think this is right," says cook Brandon Huber, who shows his face and identifies himself on camera. Golden Corral later commented on the video, saying that the food was never served to customers, that it was thrown away immediately, and that the manager at the restaurant was terminated, Gawker reports. It also accuses Huber of trying to sell the video, and says he participated in disposing of the food. (Read more Golden Corral stories.)

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