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Employees at Ky. Dairy Queen employees allege being forced to eat ice cream laced with detergent

by Alice

Employees at a Dairy Queen in Campton, Kentucky, have raised alarming allegations, asserting they were coerced into consuming ice cream mixed with a cleaning solution during a recent work meeting. Concerned parents, like Angela Patton, express outrage over the incident, highlighting the distress it caused their children.

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According to Patton, her 17-year-old daughter was summoned for a mandatory meeting at the Campton Dairy Queen last Friday. During this gathering, employees were allegedly instructed by management to ingest ice cream that had been contaminated with a cleaning solution, regardless of their preferences.

“Some of the kids had complained that they had a burning sensation when they swallowed the ice cream,” Patton stated, revealing that several employees, including minors, experienced adverse reactions, prompting some to seek medical attention.

The Wolfe County Sheriff’s Office has initiated an investigation into the matter, with Deputy Elijah Banks confirming ongoing inquiries and collaboration with the county attorney due to the involvement of juveniles. While no charges have been filed as of now, Patton emphasizes the need for accountability and expresses her intention to pursue legal action.

In response to inquiries, franchise owner Steve Caudill issued a statement, indicating awareness of the claims but refraining from further comment at this time.

As investigations continue, the community awaits further developments and potential ramifications for the implicated Dairy Queen establishment.

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