USA: Police officers steer clear of fastfood restaurants after poisoning incidents
Police officers in the US say they are becoming increasingly wary of eating fastfood snacks while on duty, as the number of reported cases of food-tampering cases aimed at the police is on the up. Incidents of contamination with body fluids, marijuana and even cleaning fluids have been recorded and some police departments now issue lists warning officers not to eat in restaurants that have hired people that have been previously arrested or suspected as involved in criminal cases.
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