Bad attitude over a health risk

PUBLISHED : Saturday, 16 October, 1993, 12:00am
UPDATED : Saturday, 16 October, 1993, 12:00am
 

I AM one of those white collar workers you see everyday in Central. I would like to share my shocking experience with you and the other workers who are most likely to be the potential victims of an experience similar to mine.


On October 5, I bought a lunch box from the fast-food restaurant Nine to Five, located on the third floor of Prince's Building, Central.


A dead cockroach, though a small one, was found in the rice.


Furious, I took it back. But what upset me even more was the cashier's attitude. She checked the box and brought me a new one without a word.


I demanded an apology, which I believe they owed me. She did so, unwillingly. When her co-worker found out what happened from her she told me that they would even let me check the new box before I left.


I understand that incidents like this happen from time to time. I want neither an exchange nor a refund; merely a sincere apology.


LYNN S. CHU Central

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