Disgust as KFC customers dump rubbish on floor at retail park – days after restaurant reopened – Manchester Evening News

Pictures of litter from KFC overflowing from bins and strewn throughout a retail park in Bury have triggered outrage on social media. 

The images had been taken by key employee Wayne Hood in Moorgate Retail Park on Saturday morning (Might 16).

He seen the mess whereas on his approach dwelling from a nightshift at DHL.

Wayne stated he was ‘dissatisfied and disgusted’.

He posted the pictures on Twitter – and a whole lot of individuals responded.

“Unbelievable,” Wayne wrote.

“We as a race are disgusting (a few of us). I’ve labored all they by means of this lockdown as a key employee by no means seen the place so clear.



Wayne Hood said he was disgusted by what he saw

Wayne Hood stated he was disgusted by what he noticed

“A number of retailers open… and it is in a state like this in a single day.

“Surprising behaviour.” 

Chris Keogh replied: ”Bang out of order. Clearly the bin is full. Use one other or simply take it with you.

“It’s easy actually, isn’t it?”

David Mel Patten stated: “Stated comparable about our seashores not too long ago.

“So many individuals have misplaced all sense of decency. What a nasty instance.”

The fast-food large not too long ago reopened numerous eating places throughout the UK after closing all shops on March 23.



Rubbish was overflowing from the bins

Garbage was overflowing from the bins

Talking to the Manchester Night Information , Wayne, 46, stated: “I used to be dissatisfied and disgusted in any case that is been finished to maintain areas secure from all contamination, with bins in Bury being taped off.”

A spokesman for KFC stated: “We’re actually happy to see the folks of Bury have missed us and we’re glad to be again – however with a whole lot of our cleansing companions nonetheless on furlough, it a bit trickier than regular to keep good and tidy.

“Being neighbour is vital to us, so we’ll keep on upping our common litter picks – and we’d encourage our visitors to take their litter with them or put it within the bin the place potential.”

A spokesman for Bury council stated the authority isn’t answerable for cleaning-up or emptying bins on the retail park as it’s privately owned.

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