Hawaii man & # 39; discovers a dead HAGEDIS in his coffee & # 39; – but Starbucks claims that & # 39; very unlikely & # 39; is
Hawaii man & # 39; discovers a dead HAGEDIS in his cold brew coffee on Thanksgiving & # 39; – but Starbucks demands proof because they claim the & # 39; very unlikely & # 39; to mention
- A woman named Jessica bought the cold-brewed coffee for her husband who made the creepy discovery
- Starbucks said it was the claim & # 39; very unlikely & # 39; finds, but is still investigating
- In 2015, a woman found a dead lizard in her Starbucks latte, an allegation for which the company apologized
Starbucks says it & # 39; doubts legitimacy & # 39; of a customer's claim that they have found a dead lizard in their coffee.
A woman, only referred to as Jessica, claims she has bought two Thanksgiving coffees from a Starbucks drive-thru in Kaneohe, Hawaii, on Thanksgiving for herself and her husband.
But when he opened the cup, her husband found a small dead gecko in it.
& # 39; He knew how dangerous lizard bacteria can be, so he forced himself to surrender immediately & # 39 ;, she said Hawaii News Now.
A man from Hawaii claims that a dead lizard was at the bottom of his Starbucks coffee on Thursday, but the coffee house chain said that & # 39; highly unlikely & # 39;
The Starbucks in the Kaneohe Bay shopping center in Kaneohe, Hawaii, where a man claims that his cold brew had a dead lizard in the cup
Reptiles, such as lizards, carry and can transmit a whole range of bacteria, including bacteria.
One of the most important is salmonella, which can be spread from reptiles to humans when something contaminated with reptilian droppings is placed in the mouth.
Botulism is a potentially life-threatening disease that is caused by a toxin Clostridium bacterium. It is commonly found in the environment, including soil and mud, because spores and animals that live close to the ground are usually contaminated with clostridium.
It often pollutes reptiles, Pet MD said.
The woman told the store that she would report the complaint.
Starbucks said they started an investigation, but believe it & # 39; highly unlikely & # 39; is that a lizard was in the coffee.
& # 39; Given the process and steps required to make and serve cold coffee and based on our research, we believe it is very unlikely that this happened as described, & # 39; said Starbucks.
"We are committed to investigating and finding a solution, but there is no evidence of in-store animal activity – as such, we doubt the legitimacy of this claim until further evidence is provided."
However, a Starbucks spokesperson said they are still investigating and committed to resolving the situation with the customer.
It is not the first time Starbucks has resisted lizards in coffee. An Arizona woman found the reptile in her latte in 2015
Jessica also hopes that this incident will lead to improved hygienic conditions in their stores, according to Hawaii News Now.
It is not the first time that a Starbucks franchisee has been confronted with allegations about a lizard in one of their drinks.
In 2015, a woman from Arizona found the small reptile her latte, KNXV reported.
In that case, however, Starbucks apologized and the woman was told it was an isolated incident.
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