At sometime or another we all wonder what might be in our restaurant meals, but sometimes we don’t want to know. There is no doubt finding a bloody Band-Aid in your meal must be traumatizing.
That was the case for Aaron Padilla’s daughter. According to Padilla, Snapkas Dine-In located at 4434 Weber Road didn’t place the chili-cheese fries in his order Wednesday night. He called the manager to let them know and they said they would replace it.
The following day, Padilla went to Snapkas Dine-In at approximately 1:30 pm to pick up the chili cheese fries that were missing for his daughter.
Aaron Padilla says his daughter found a bloody band aid in the fries this afternoon and called up to Snapkas to speak to the owner where they said they will investigate.
Corpus Christi Crónica made a phone call to speak to the manager, but they chose not to comment pending an investigation on who is responsible for the bloody Band-Aid placed in the chili cheese fries.
During a time where hundreds of residents are eating out at restaurants due to the coronavirus pandemic many people are still not choosing to eat out at diners.
According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC) website, blood specimen is capable of transmitting the COVID-19 virus. There is confirmation of wether Padilla’s daughter ate the chili cheese fries.
This is a developing story and we will update you as more information comes in.