Freeport News Network — So here’s a story for you all you American’s out there. The night shift at Lisburn’s Coca-Cola plant in Northern Ireland got a surprise last week as it’s being reported a container of ‘cans’ clogged up the machines as they were to be filled with Coke’s famous fuzzy drink, before being sealed and ultimately shipped out to customers.
Workers said they found something “pretty disgusting” in the cans after the tins arrived at the factory without tops on. The cans arrive that way at the factory and there, are filled with the soft drink.
Cops have begun an investigation after what appeared to be human waste was found in drinks cans delivered to a Coca Cola factory. The cans are reported to have arrived from Germany. Allegedly these immigrants made the long journey and that in their desperation were forced to use the cans instead of a toilet.
Sanitation problems have indeed gone hand-in-hand with massive migration from the Mideast. Last year a German mayor was ridiculed for admonishing the new arrivals not to relieve themselves in gardens, behind hedges and behind bushes. Many migrants had never seen a Western-style toilet before.
According to World Net Daily one manufacturer reportedly has been developing a “multicultural toilet” that includes elements of a Mideastern squat toilet to help immigrants. If you think that’s strange, here’s 25 of the oddest toilets of the world you can look at.
It is said that local police are investigating the matter.
A statement issued by Coca-Cola assured the public “all of the product from the affected production was immediately impounded and will not be sold,” and Northern Ireland’s Food Standards Agency said “there is no evidence to suggest that any affected product has reached the market.”