Strange: For years, this restaurant was feeding its customers dishes made in the bathroom

Saudi Arabia’s Jeddah Municipality raided a restaurant in a residential building, shocking information surfaced

Saudi Arabian authorities recently closed a restaurant in the city of Jeddah. The restaurant has been accused of making samosas and other snacks in its own toilet for more than 30 years. Citing local media reports, Gulf News reported that Jeddah Municipality raided a restaurant in a residential building. It was found here that samosas and other items were being cooked in this dirty toilet. Various types of snacks were being made in this restaurant and some of them were being used to make the toilet and its surrounding dirty space.

Let us tell you that the restaurant used to prepare breakfast, food etc. in these washrooms. Worse, worms and caterpillars were found feeding on meat and cheese. Some of the items used were two years old. Proceedings are now underway under strict Saudi law. Following the raid, officials said the restaurant had openly violated several laws. The staff here did not have a health card. The accommodation laws were also not followed by the restaurants. Due to this the restaurant has been closed.

This is not the first case. Earlier in January, a popular shower restaurant in Jeddah was closed after rats were spotted roaming around and eating meat. There have been many reports in the local media about the deteriorating condition of the restaurant and the snacks being prepared in the toilets. People have also expressed their displeasure about the restaurant on social media. Angry social media users are reacting differently. He has demanded strict action against the restaurant. At the same time, Saudi officials have said that now information about restaurants etc. is being sought after conducting a series of raids. Teams have been set up for investigation. According to the municipality, 26 were closed after campaigning at 43 places amid raids and quick action.

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Himansh Verma

Himansh Verma is a senior journalist at Youthistaan who is writing for since 2018. Himansh covers latest news and trending topics.
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