Outrage of the Day: Florida Man Films Burger King Employee Pouring Fry Oil Into Storm Drain

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A new video has emerged online of a Burger King employee in Lake Worth, Florida pouring fry oil into a storm drain, and it has a lot of people flaming mad.

Joe May, who was passing by at the time, decided to capture the disposal on camera. He then posted the clip on Facebook along with a brief description of the scene, which now has almost 1 million views.

International franchise and they cant pay for a disposal company?! How often is this happening? Everyday? Twice a day? Someone needs to be held accountable for this. And yea, it was without a doubt, used fry oil. It was steaming hot. Share this so everyone can see what these people are doing!

May also notes on his page that he shot a second video of his interaction with the manager of the restaurant, but that one doesn’t appear to have been posted yet.

Some angry viewers of the clip are posting it on Burger King’s Facebook page and asking for the company to comment on it.

WPTV News spoke with an environmentalist who confirmed that dumping anything into the sewer is probably not a good idea.

“Whatever is going to be put in the water that’s going down the storm drain is going to be a problem,” he said.

The fast food chain might need take a cue from McDonald’s and give the Burger King mascot a sexy makeover to help dig themselves out of this PR mess.

WTF of the Day: High School Students Fed 6-Year Old Pork in Tennessee

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High school students in Hawkins County, Tennessee were served up some 6-year old pork last week for lunch, and while no one has gotten sick yet, the news is not sitting well with anyone.

A cook at a local primary school (who didn’t serve the meat) sent a photo of the pork to a city commissioner named Michael Herrell, who discovered that it had also been distributed to several other schools in the area.

Cafeteria workers at Cherokee High School said “that it smelled so bad they made gravy to put over the meat,” according to News Channel 11.

And at another high school the smell was apparently so bad that it reportedly stunk up the halls.

Despite the putrid meat being so old and smelly, some students “even came back for seconds,” according to WISH TV.

Which is mildly disturbing.

A rep from the USDA told Yahoo that there probably wasn’t any danger in eating it, but it “should be consumed within four to 12 months of freezing.”

The director of schools, Steve Starnes, has since ordered that an inventory be taken of all the food in the freezers, although you think that sort of thing would have already been in place.

WTF of the Day: Someone Rented a Canadian Couple’s Home on AirBnB and Completely Trashed It

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Calgary couple Mark and Star King recently left their home in the hands of four adults on AirBnB, who ended up tearing it apart in what police describe as a “drug-induced orgy.”

More like Nightmare BnB.

Soon after the Kings left last Saturday, a luxury party bus showed up in their driveway with 100 strangers pouring into their home.

And then all hell broke loose.

“Our hardwood floors are all popping because there are pools of liquor. There’s glass shards, there’s dent in our walls, toilets flooded and plugged with condoms,” Star told CBC News.

There was also mayonnaise on their furniture and chicken drum sticks in their shoes.

Their neighbors texted the couple to alert them to the craziness that was going down in their house, and the cops eventually arrived to put a stop to it.

The above video shows the damages that resulted from the AirBnB nightmare which are estimated at about $50,000.

Star said she would have felt better if the house had just been burned down to the ground.

Last year, a man in New York rented out his apartment to someone who turned it into a massive sex party.

Apology of the Day: Bud Light Sorry for Telling People to Remove ‘No’ From Their Vocabulary

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Bud Light was forced to apologize – yet again – for their “Up for Whatever” marketing campaign this week, after their beer bottle slogans caused a bit of an uproar online.

The above image was posted to Imgur/Reddit on Monday, showing a label that said: “The perfect beer for removing ‘No’ from your vocabulary for the night.”

While the company supposedly had good intentions here, people were quick to notice how this could very easily be misinterpreted.

“Sounds a lil rapey,” writes one commenter on Imgur.

Another pointed out the perils of drunk driving.

“Are you ok to drive?”
“N…nnnn…NNNNN! Aww f*ck it yeah I’m good”

The bottle campaign launched last December, with more than 47 different messages on the labels “intended to inspire spontaneous fun.”

The spontaneous fun has now taken the form of Tweets and comments on Reddit poking fun at the poorly thought out campaign.

Back in March, Anheuser-Busch had to apologize for encouraging people to pinch strangers on St. Patrick’s Day, and now they’ve responded with a similar statement about they “missed the mark.”

The Bud Light Up for Whatever campaign, now in its second year, has inspired millions of consumers to engage with our brand in a positive and light-hearted way. In this spirit, we created more than 140 different scroll messages intended to encourage spontaneous fun. It’s clear that this message missed the mark, and we regret it. We would never condone disrespectful or irresponsible behavior.

Of course, the damage had already been done, and the Internet let them know how they feel about it.

Here is a taste of some of the mockery on Twitter:

Disgusting Video of the Day: You Get What You Pay for When You Shop at Food 4 Less

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Warning: Take caution watching this video if your stomach upsets easily.

Just think about all those meals you consumed in the dark...

The Sound of an Entire Room Cracking Their Knuckles at Once Will Make Some of You Wince

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A Correspondent From UK Agency Sky News Swallowed a Fly on the Air

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And here's what the poor guy looked like trying to report while it all happened: