ROMANIA: Chef on the run after bad mayonnaise causes sickness
Fifty-seven children at a Cluj institute for mentally deficient youngsters were sickened late on Tuesday after consuming potato salad prepared with bad mayonnaise. The children, including ten who were seriously affected, were taken to hospital for treatment. Public health official Adrian Teodoru told press that five officials at the institute have been fined US$960 for the oversight, a sum equivalent to an average yearly wage. Authorities are still looking for the cook, however, who escaped.
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