Rusty pin found in Pancake House chicken
Before TV5 reporter Bimbo Santos was about to finish off his two-piece chicken meal from Pancake House when he realized a green object sticking to the skin of the last piece. Much to his surprise, it was a rusting thumbtack.
“Malapit ko na sana maubos itong two-piece chicken takeout from Pancake House nung napansin kong may greenish something sa balat. Kinutkot ko akala ko herb o spice o something. [email protected]#$* corkboard pin pala! Parang medyo kinakalawang pa yung pin…,” read the post of Santos who is also reporter at Bloomberg TV.
In a separate interview with Food Evolution, Santos said the packed meal was distributed at a press conference he attended on Monday.
The Pancake House at Pearl Drive, the branch from which the meals were ordered, is now conducting a probe on the incident.
Santos is hoping that the incident would not lead to a tetanus infection or even his death.