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Jack’s restaurant employee arrested after putting menstrual blood on burgers


UPDATE: Sky Juliett Samuel has turned herself in to police and is now in custody.

An arrest warrant was issued last Friday for the Jack’s Family Restaurant employee in Ohio who smeared burger buns with her own menstrual blood.

18-year-old Sky Juliett Samuel’s warrant was issued by the Columbus Police Department for purposely selling unwholesome bread while working at the fast food chain, an incident which took place on January 7.

The City of Columbus and the Columbus Police Department confirmed the allegations last week, saying they were going to look into the matter.

“A Facebook post by a Columbus resident said an employee of the restaurant prepared and served food to which she purposely had applied her own menstrual blood,” the city stated in a press release.

According to WTVA, the warrant for Samuel’s arrest followed shortly after, with anyone aware of her whereabouts urged to inform Crime Stoppers.

In response to the incident, Jack’s Family Restaurants released a statement.

“Jack’s Family Restaurants has recently been notified by the Columbus Police Department that they have issued an arrest warrant for a former restaurant employee accused of alleged food tampering,” the statement read in part. “Jack’s fully supports the police department’s efforts to determine if there was any wrongdoing in this case. The company has cooperated fully with this investigation and will continue to do so.”

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