Taco Bell customer says damp cigarette was found in her food
At Taco Bell, there are no cigarettes on the menu.
Finding something that isn't in your food is never fun. A Florida woman claims she was about to dig into a taco bell when she made a smoky discovery.
Taura Helsel ordered a chalupa meal at a Taco Bell in Pensacola which, according to the WKRG, came with a soft taco. She says when she got home and unpacked the taco, however, she found something that was waiting in it and shouldn't be there.
A damp cigarette.
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Helsel told the news agency, "I don't know if it was put there on purpose or if someone had it on their ear and maybe rolled a taco and it fell in there. But another thing I thought about was how they didn't Do you notice that cigarette there? "
To make matters worse, she said when she went back to the store to complain she didn't get the response she was expecting.
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"I thought they were going to apologize or something, but they didn't," she explained. "The staff seemed really upset that I was back up there."
She continued, "It's disgusting. Either that cigarette was put there on purpose or by accident, but that's not the point. I gave some to my 1 year old daughter."
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In a statement made by Fox News, a Taco Bell spokesperson said, "We take this very seriously. Our franchisee who owns and operates this site is looking into this matter and will contact the customer directly."
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