In the Russian city of Mednogorsk, Anna, a mother of two children, three and five years old, bought dumplings for lunch at a chain store in the city.
Then, the woman put the dumplings remaining after dinner in the refrigerator, and when the children asked for more, what she saw on the plate horrified her.
Small white worms crawled out of the dumplings and all over the plate.
“My house is clean. There are no cockroaches, no flies, no other insects. There is a mosquito net on the windows. The worms were in the minced meat. In what conditions and from what products the dumplings were made, is known only to the store employees” Anna shared.
She went to the store, hoping to solve the situation, but only the cook who made dumplings began to talk to her.
He didn’t agree to call the store director but was ready to return the money. On Anna’s remark about calling the police, he suggested that she call a traumatologist at the same time, which the woman perceived as a threat.
In early June, it became known that a Russian was beaten and raped with a mop after complaining about worms in prison food.
The Russian complained about poor quality food in the colony. For this, he was lured out of the general ward, where convicts who collaborated with the administration were waiting for him.