In case you don't have two minutes to pry yourself away and watch this video or just can't deal with the sight of flies on hamburger patties, just remember this entree: dumpster ribs. A man who identifies himself as Brandon Huber, an employee at the Golden Corral in Port Orange, Florida, posted this video exposing his employer's purported habit of putting open food next to the restaurant's dumpsters earlier this week:
While the video isn't exactly HD, and you can't really see the actual flies on the hamburger patties in detail, you can see the various pieces of meat and items like green bean casserole in the dumpster area. Huber explains that there was an inspection going on in his restaurant during the time of filming, but doesn't exactly say why the food was placed out there—it's insinuated that they might be trying to skirt around inspection while trying to save the food. But it's still unclear whether or not this food actually was served to people, but it doesn't look like the food was put by the dumpsters with the intention of being thrown out—many of the pieces of meat and ribs were still in containers, trays and were placed on rollaways.