Video shows Thai factory workers deboning chicken feet with their mouths


spaminator
#1
Video shows Thai factory workers deboning chicken feet with their mouths
Postmedia News
Published:
January 31, 2020
Updated:
January 31, 2020 11:34 AM EST
Factory workers in Thailand were caught on camera using their mouths to debone chicken feet. (Viral Press/YouTube screengrab)
Factory workers in Thailand were caught on camera using their mouths to debone chicken feet.
Public health officials released the disturbing footage taken from food factory in the province of Nong Khai.
In the video, a group of workers can be seen sitting in front of buckets of chicken feet, rapidly tearing away at the claws with their teeth, pulling the bones out within seconds.
Four public health officials are seen watching them as they process the chicken feet in this manner.
The video then cuts to a clip of a worker using pliers to debone the feet with the final product looking twisted out of shape.
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According to the Daily Mail, the video was taken Tuesday after officials found out the factory’s boss had banned workers from using sharp tools to strip chicken feet because it was “five times faster” to debone them with their mouths.
Provincial governor Ronnachai Jitwiset said other factories in the region are now being investigated.
“We looked around the factory and it looked clean and organized but we have to ordered them to stop using mouths to process food,” Jitwiset said.
“There are numerous germs that could enter the mouth or spread from the mouth to the chicken foot so we cannot risk workers and customers getting sick.”
Factory owner Nongluck Payakphrom said using pliers to debone the chicken took much longer and customers didn’t like the look of the mangled feet, but said she was willing to change the unhygienic practice.
“The factory will be closed until the workers can use the pliers to process the feet as well as they do when using their mouths,” Payakphrom said.
The video isn’t the first time Thai workers have been caught on camera using this technique to process chicken feet. A similar video was posted on a Thai Facebook page in 2017.
Chicken feet are often used in Thai dishes, such as soups and salads.
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Walter
#2
Good for them.
 
petros
#3
Strong teeth.