restaurants

Florida man reaps multiple charges after tossing live alligator thru Wendy’s drive-thru window

Poor old Joshua James of Jupiter, Florida just can’t catch a break. This week he found himself in hot water with police on a variety of charges – and all he did was throw a live alligator through the local Wendy’s drive-thru window. Police say that on October 11, 2015, James arrived at the Wendy’s drive-thru around 1:30 AM wearing a backward baseball cap and ordered a large drink. Surveillance video captured James’ weird toss. “While the attendant has her back to the window and is at her register, the male driver reaches across the inside of his vehicle in the passenger area and throws an alligator from his vehicle into the drive through window.” A photograph from the video shows the 3 ½ foot alligator lying flat on

Dozens of restaurants in China caught lacing food with opium in attempt to hook customers on their food

Chinese state officials say that thirty-five restaurants across China, including a popular chain of hot pot restaurants in Beijing, have been found using opium as seasoning in their food. The China Food and Drug Administration won’t say how or why the opium was placed in the restaurant food but it is believed (based on past cases) that the chefs are trying to “hook” customers on their food and keep them coming back for more. Opium of course, is a narcotic that is highly addictive, and can be easily added to food by sprinkling it with opium poppy seeds. According to Medical Daily: "The administration released a statement this week saying that dozens of restaurants were under investigation for seasoning noodles, hotpot, grilled fish, and fried chicken with