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Muslim Take Away Owner Fined After Cockroaches Found On Pizza

What topping do you want on your pizza………anything but cockroach.

Filthy  Matloob Hussain the owner of Munchies takeaway in Leeds has been fined for the vile state of his takeaway. The environmental health were called in to investigate after a cockroach had been found embedded into the pizza base by a child. They discovered years of dirt and grease on the work tops and a serious insect infestation. Food stored open on top of the rancid mucky worktops. Mouldy kebab meat unfit for human consumption. Ready for a quick 2 minutes roasting to disguise the mould, covered in chilli sauce to hide the bad taste. All ready to go on  some drunk infidels kebab later on.

Him and his staff aren’t concerned about the health risk posed. All they are  bothered about is the ££££

Cockroach pizza shock at Leeds takeaway

INFESTED: Images taken inside Munchies during the inspection.

INFESTED: Images taken inside Munchies during the inspection.

  • by Tony Gardner

A Leeds takeaway owner has been fined after a child was served a pizza which had cockroach baked into the crust.

A court heard an environmental health officer was called to Munchies takeaway in Leeds after the youngster made the revolting discovery and the kitchen was found to be infested with the insects.

The official ordered Matloob Hussain to immediately shut down his business after cockroaches were discovered scuttling around in pans, inside chiller cabinets and running up the wall.

Leeds Magistrates’ Court heard cooking equipment and surfaces in food preparation areas were filthy and covered in years worth of dirt, grease and food debris.

Bags of mouldy doner kebab meat were on the floor and food was found stored directly on filthy surfaces.

After hearing details of the case yesterday, JP Bill Baker said: “What we have heard this morning has been a stomach churning horror story.

“We are due to have lunch in three-quarters of an hour but I think we will skip it now.”

Hussain, 44, of Savile Place, Chapeltown, was fined £750 and ordered to pay £1,250 court cost after pleading guilty to eight offences relating to failing to keep his premises clean, failing to protect against food being unfit for human consumption and failing to protect against pests.

Derek Hallam, prosecuting, said the child’s father, a local funeral director, reported the matter on August 22 last year after one of his children spotted the insect after he ordered pizzas for them.

The takeaway was shut down and re-opened a week later after the place was cleaned and pest control contractors were called to the premises on Harehills Road.

Fazal Karim, mitigating, said Hussain had taken over the business a few weeks before the incident but accepted he should have cleaned the premises before selling food.

He said Hussain no longer owned the business.

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Pizzas found to be crawling with insects at Muslim owned Salford takeaway

Muslims are usually quite fussy buggers when it comes to food what they can and can’t eat. Pork is off the menu as is any other produce that hasn’t been sacrificed to the moon God Allah which is deemed non halal. Yet Muslim Anayatula Karemi owner of Peter Pans takeaway in Salford wasn’t concerned about the non halal germ spreading insects festering  in the bowls of pizza toppings when trading standards paid him a visit. Then again it’s not disgusting bone idle Karemi and his Muslims associates that would have been risking catching something nasty having to eat the poor excuse for food they serve up. That will be infidel families who ring up for a delivery for their children’s tea or drunk infidels who buy something on their way home from a night out whose health is at risk 

Cockroaches swarmed in toppings at a filthy pizza takeaway held ‘under siege’ by vermin, a court heard.  Food hygiene officers also found bugs of ‘all shapes and sizes’ crawling in salads, containers of flour and baking powder, pizza-making equipment, fridges and cutlery at Peter Pan Pizza at Bury Old Road, Salford.

Pizzas found to be crawling with insects at Salford takeaway

15 Mar 2013 19:15

Food hygiene officers also found bugs of ‘all shapes and sizes’ crawling around Peter Pan Pizza at Bury Old Road, Salford

scruffy muslim Anayatula Karemi couldnt be bothered cleaning up and served food unfit for human consumption
Anayatula Karemi

Cockroaches swarmed in toppings at a filthy pizza takeaway held ‘under siege’ by vermin, a court heard.

Food hygiene officers also found bugs of ‘all shapes and sizes’ crawling in salads, containers of flour and baking powder, pizza-making equipment, fridges and cutlery at Peter Pan Pizza at Bury Old Road, Salford.

Droppings piled up on cooking surfaces as mice overran the squalid, grease-spattered takeaway, and yet owner Anayatula Karemi refused to hire a pest control team for weeks, saying it was ‘too expensive’. Manchester Crown Court heard that Salford council made repeated efforts to get Karemi, 25, of Hallsworth Road, Crumpsall to clean up his act.

Now, after being prosecuted for a string of food hygiene breaches, the married dad-of-four has been barred from running takeaways by a judge who branded him a ‘hopeless incompetent’.

Environmental health officers were stunned to find roaches crawling in sweetcorn used as pizza toppings after a complaint in September 2011.

Peter Horgan, prosecuting, told the court that there was a ‘heavy infestation’ of German cockroaches, which carry bacteria. Due to the risk to the public an emergency notice was issued and the premises were shut down.

After making an effort to get rid of the cockroaches using ant powder, Karemi finally called in pest controllers and the premises were allowed to re-open three weeks later.

But despite repeated visits, warnings and advice given by Salford council, the problems continued and the shop had to be shut down again last August.

Karemi, who took over the business in 2009, went on to admit 14 breaches of food hygiene regulations, but claims a business rival introduced cockroaches to the pizza shop.

John Wolfson, defending, said: “He clearly took on a business he couldn’t cope with, became saddled with debts and was not able to carry out what was required of him. It’s perhaps good fortune  no one was actually poisoned.”

Judge Andrew Gilbart QC ordered Karemi, who has previous convictions for fire breaches, to serve a 12-month community order, with 170 hours’ unpaid work,  and  £1,000 costs.

Making an order which prohibits Karemi from operating or managing any food business indefinitely, the judge said: “It’s quite apparent there was no proper system for cleaning or looking after the premises.

“I have come to the view you are a hopeless incompetent.

“The fact is you’re not safe to be allowed near a food business.”

http://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/greater-manchester-news/pizzas-found-crawling-insects-salford-1749737

Bolton Takeaway closed down after selling rancid food

Another Muslim owned takeaway flouting health and safety laws by selling drunk party-goers in Bolton food unfit for human consumption. The Nile, in Bradshawgate, Bolton town centre the main area people go on a night out with many pubs and clubs , has been shut down after repeatedly ignoring warnings and putting peoples health at risk in order to make a quick buck

Takeaway closed down after selling rancid food

8:34am Thursday 13th December 2012 in News

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TAKEAWAY has been closed by a judge after inspectors found mouldy onion bhajis and meat with an offensive odour which was deemed “unfit for human consumption”.

The Nile, in Bradshawgate, Bolton town centre, had failed to comply with hygiene standards for years.

Environmental health staff repeatedly visited the takeaway, giving advice and issuing improvement notices.

Complaints included an unclean floor, damaged shelves in a fridge and a freezer that did not shut properly.

Judge Timothy Clayson, at Bolton Crown Court yesterday, made a prohibition order preventing The Nile from being used for any food businesses after a “long history of non-compliance”.

Partners in the business Abid Patel, aged 28, Sajid Patel, aged 20, and Tahir Patel, aged 30, all of Belmont Road, had earlier admitted a series of hygiene failures.

Sophie Cartwright, prosecuting, said hygiene notices were first issued by Bolton Council on December 16, 2010.

After further visits, conditions had improved but the men were still not complying with food safety management systems and hazard analysis had not been carried out.

A hygiene noticed was issued on December 24, 2010, because an oven needed to be cleaned thoroughly and repairs were needed. But the work had not been carried out a month later.

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A mouldy onion bhaji was bagged up by council staff on a visit on April 6 — but was removed when they turned their backs.

Other mouldy bhajis and the cooked meat, which is believed to have been sold to a customer, were found in October last year.

Phillip Parry, defending Abid Patel, the business’ licence holder, said the offence was down to his inexperience.

He was now working at another family-run takeaway in Chorley.

William Donnelly, defending Sajid Patel, said his role in the business was more “ministerial than managerial”.

Peter Cunliffe, for Tahir Patel, said he worked there to support his wife and two children.

Judge Clayson said: “Really no efforts had been made to bring it up to standard.”

Abid Patel was sentenced to 150 hours of unpaid work after admitting six counts of failing to comply with hygiene improvement notices and three counts of having food that was unfit for human consumption. He was ordered to pay £1,250 court costs.

Sajid Patel will complete 150 hours of unpaid work after he pleaded guilty to two counts of failing to comply with hygiene improvement notices and three counts of having food that was unfit for human consumption.

He was ordered to pay £1,250 court costs.

Tahir Patel admitted three counts of having food that was unfit for human consumption.

He will carry out 120 hours of unpaid work and pay £1,000 costs.

A Bolton Council spokesman said: “The order remains in place until the council issues a certificate to the effect that they are satisfied that the food business operator has taken sufficient measures to remove the health risk conditions.”

via Takeaway closed down after selling rancid food (From The Bolton News).

Happy Ashura. Its Muslim self harm and cut your childs head day. Allah Akbar

Happy Ashura  people. Its that time of year again for the Muslim holy day where any sort of common sense goes right out the mosque window. The same Muslim festival featured in the  previous post  “Coming soon to a Mosque near you. Tabir the Muslim head cutting ceremony”  where braindead Muslims self harm themselves and behave like good Muslim parents should do, cutting their child’s head in sacrifice to Allah.

It would only be right to celebrate this day of complete stupidity with them and thank God we arent backward Muslims

a good muslim mother, ready to cut her babys head with a knife as sacrifice to allah

a good Muslim mother, ready to cut her babys head with a knife as sacrifice to Allah

This muslim retard thinks he is clever cutting his head in this satanic ritual. a fine example of behaving responsible to the young children in the crowd

This Muslim retard thinks he is clever cutting his head in this satanic ritual. a fine example of behaving responsible to the young children in the crowd

Ashoura the extremes that brainwashed Muslims will go to and sacrifice themselves to Allah the Anti Christthe extremes that brainwashed Muslims will go to and sacrifice themselves to Allah the Anti Christ

tAs crowds of blood thirsty Muslim women watch on enjoying the spectacle of a child self harming himself. Careless to any health risks such as Hiv+ Hepatitis MRSA Gangrene  or any other infection caused by  bacterial invasion. 

As crowds of blood thirsty Muslim women watch on enjoying the spectacle of a child self harming himself. Careless to any health risks such as Hiv+ Hepatitis MRSA Gangrene  or any other infection caused by  bacterial invasion.

Spurred on by their peers these young Muslim children are quite happy to self harm themselves with swords in the name of Allah. Is it any wonder these children grow up wanting to be suicide bombers with serious mental issues after a life time of brain washing 

Spurred on by their peers these young Muslim children are quite happy to self harm themselves with swords in the name of Allah. Is it any wonder these children grow up wanting to be suicide bombers with serious mental issues after a life time of brain washing

Kebab shop supplier who used underpants as cleaning rags back in court

Remember vile Kamran Ajaib who hit the headlines for putting peoples health at risk by using scruffy old underpants to clean his filthy meat processing machines,had no sink or the relevant licences while making a small fortune supplying 20 tons a week of chicken to kebab shops. He has been back before the bench again, he was due for sentencing but seems he has got a further stay of execution until next year now as the judge has adjourned proceedings again. Due to the length of time the judge is taking my moneys on the old suspended sentence, 100 hours unpaid work and a relatively small fine compared to the £100,000’s he was raking in whilst risking the public with e-coli, dysentery or 1 of many other bugs

Meat supplier used underpants as cleaning rags

4:28pm Monday 15th October 2012 in News

Two pairs of underpants were being used as cleaning cloths at Hamza Poultry Ltd, in Maggs Lane, Fishponds, Bristol (Bristol City Council/PA)Two pairs of underpants were being used as cleaning cloths at Hamza Poultry Ltd, in Maggs Lane, Fishponds, Bristol (Bristol City Council/PA)

  • Two pairs of underpants were being used as cleaning cloths at Hamza Poultry Ltd, in Maggs Lane, Fishponds, Bristol (Bristol City Council/PA)
  • Kamran Ajaib's filthy backstreet processing plant in Maggs Lane, Fishponds, Bristol, from which he supplied 20 tonnes of chicken a week to takeways as far afield as Swindon, Cardiff, Newport and Swansea. (Bristol City Council/PA)

A man from Bristol who admitted supplying 20 tonnes of chicken a week to takeaways from a filthy backstreet processing plant will have to wait until next year to be sentenced.

Kamran Ajaib used Y-fronts as cleaning rags and had no wash hand basins or knife steriliser in his makeshift butchers in Maggs Lane, Fishponds.

The chicken went to takeaway restaurants and kebab shops in Bristol, as well as surrounding towns and cities as far afield as Swindon, Cardiff, Newport and Swansea.

But the premises had none of the necessary food hygiene approvals or licences to work with meat.

Bristol Crown Court was told that Ajaib could have made hundreds of thousands of pounds of profit from his enterprise.

Environment health officers from Bristol City Council raided the site on the Fishponds Trading Estate after a customer found a piece of metal wire in a takeaway chicken.

At a previous hearing Ajaib, of Gordon Road, Whitehall, pleaded guilty to eight charges of failing to comply with food hygiene regulations, between June 2010 and May last year. Co-defendant Hamza Poultry Limited, of which Ajaib is the sole director, admitted the same eight charges.

Ajaib had returned to court on Monday to be sentenced but Judge Julian Lambert adjourned proceedings for detailed financial investigations to be carried out into Ajaib and his company. He could face jail with the offences carrying a maximum two-year sentence and a fine.

The judge adjourned the hearing until March and released Ajaib on bail. He told Ajaib: “I take a serious view of this matter. All options are open to me. I do not think you will necessary leave with your liberty.”

Bradford Restaurant fined £15,000 for rats infestation

 

 

A greedy Muslim restaurant owner from Bradford who couldnt be bothered to get his rat infested premises sorted out has been hit with a 15 grand fine. His disregard for peoples health and well being by letting disease carrying vermin live in his curry house making no attempt to exterminate  is simply inexcusable. At the end of the day he could of at least made some attempt and gone down the pound shop and bought some of them glue traps that they sell there for a £1. If he cant be bothered to spend a fiver and do that, i dread to think what the quality of  meat and other ingredients must be like that he puts in his currys

ta big dirty rat finishes off someones left over chicken korrma

muslim take away owner disregarded peoples health and well being by letting his premises become rat infested

chefs special. rat burger with salad and sauce.Eat at a muslim take away risk your health

The owner of a restaurant was fined £15,000 after a Court heard he ignored a “long-standing” rat infestation in a cellar.

Bradford and Keighley Magistrates’ Court heard yesterday that 34-year-old Javed Iqbal, owner of Omar Khan’s on Little Horton Lane, had been told by staff that four rats were “living in the cellar” eight weeks before Bradford Council workers carried out an on-the-spot inspection last December.

Harjit Ryatt, prosecuting for the Council, said Iqbal had called in a pest controller to identify how the creatures were getting in, but failed to take any further action until inspectors saw rats running across a cellar littered with fresh and old droppings.

The rodents had established “rat runs” and had “heavily gnawed” a box of pappadums and a bag of onions stored on the floor, which had evidence of rats’ urine, he added.

Iqbal, of North Park Road, Heaton – who, the court heard, had remedied the problem within a day – admitted six breaches of hygiene legislation, including failing to stop rodents entering the premises, failing to keep the restaurant clean and maintained and failing to store food to prevent contamination.

Iqbal is the nephew of new Bradford Bulls’ owner Omar Khan who, although the restaurant carries his name, does not own or run the restaurant.

 

Magistrates heard an inspector visiting the premises saw “one large rat running across the wall into a boiler on the adjacent wall” as she entered the cellar.

“She then saw a further two rats appear,” Mr Ryatt said.

The court heard Iqbal voluntarily agreed to close the premises and the officers called in colleagues to make a further inspection of the premises.

He told officers he had called in a pest controller eight weeks earlier to identify the rats’ “various entry points” after staff reported the problem, but took no further action.

“It’s quite telling that while the premises had been voluntarily closed, the defendant did engage the pest controller’s services and was able to remedy the problem within one day,” Mr Ryatt added.

Magistrates were told that during the inspection, officers found no evidence of any disinfectant on the premises.

Mr Ryatt said: “It puts in question the ability of the premises to make sure work surfaces were adequately disinfected before their contact with food.”

Officers also discovered raw meat stored in a fridge above cooked food and a dirty cheese grater.

Abdul Iftikhar, mitigating, said Iqbal had taken over the running of the restaurant after his father became ill and had left staff in charge while he was away looking after his family from March to October last year.

“When he did return to the restaurant he was made aware there was a hygiene problem and he did, to his credit, contact a pest controller.”

He added the pest controller had set traps, but the problem had continued.

Magistrates were shown photographs of the remedial action taken and were told the restaurant had been able to reopen within 48 hours of closing.

“This has been a glitch in the otherwise exemplary record of Omar Khan’s. Mr Iqbal accepts he is responsible for the failings on his part,” Mr Iftikhar said.

Magistrates handed him a £2,500 fine for each of the six breaches and ordered him to pay £1,835 costs and a £15 victim surcharge.

After the hearing, owner Javed Iqbal said: “We are deeply disappointed by today’s events but we want to stress to our customers that they have no need to worry about the hygiene or cleanliness of any of the food prepared in this restaurant.

“Rats are a problem for many businesses in this area and we have complained numerous times to the Council about the fact that more effort is needed to control them. This part of the city centre does have a pest control problem and we do everything in our power to ensure that our kitchens are protected.

“The rats got in through a hole behind the boiler in the cellar which we don’t use and we’ve made sure that nothing like this can ever happen again.

“Our kitchens are spotless and there is absolutely no risk to the public.”

via Restaurant fined £15,000 for rats infestation (From Asian Image).

Takeaway boss let family live in Rochdale ‘death trap’ basement

Rochdale take away owner Usman Farzand disregarded any health and safety regulations allowing a couple and their small child to leave in the squalid basement below his shop. Yet another Muslim who has blatantly disregarded the  well being of others flouting rules whilst lining his own pockets. Yet like so many other Muslims just lately  with Britains apparent 2 tier justice he got off  without any major punishment.

Rochdale take away owner Usman Farzand disregarded any health and safety regulations allowing a couple and their small child to leave in the squalid basement below his shop. Yet another Muslim who has blatantly disregarded the  well being of others flouting rules whilst lining his own pockets. Yet like so many other Muslims just lately  with Britains apparent 2 tier justice he got off  without any major punishment. Bearing in mind this was in Crown court and what the costs involved would be….

Judge Mort said only a custodial sentence was appropriate. Farzand was given a four-month sentence ….. but  wait for the punchline…….you guessed it……was told it would be suspended for 18 months but have 80 hours unpaid work, and pay a contribution toward prosecution costs of £500. WTF you would get that at magistrates for breach of the peace or something similar. 

Rochdale take away owner Usman Farzand disregarded any health and safety regulations allowing a couple and their small child to leave in the squalid basement below his shop. Yet another Muslim who has blatantly disregarded the  well being of others flouting rules whilst lining his own pockets. Yet like so many other Muslims just lately  with Britains apparent 2 tier justice he got off  without any major punishment.

HORROR HOME: Usman Farzand let a family live in a near death-trap basement under his shop

A takeaway boss who let a family live in a ‘death trap’ basement under his shop has been blasted by a judge.

Usman Farzand allowed two workers to live with their four-year-old daughter in ‘horrible’ conditions’ below the shop in Rochdale,  a court was told.

The basement had no windows or fire escape, and the only stairs out of the cellar had flammable materials piled up on them.

But, Manchester’s Minshull Street Crown Court heard, Farzand, 41,  took virtually no steps to check on their safety.

The dad-of-six, of Oldham Road, Ashton, pleaded guilty to 11 breaches of fire safety regulations at Mr Cod takeaway in Yorkshire Street, Rochdale. He has since sold the business to new owners.

Judge Timothy Mort told: “Common sense dictates that if a fire had broken out, they were doomed. There was absolutely no way they could have got out.

“There was a heavy duty on you to take the necessary steps for fire safety, and the first thing you should have done was to pick up the phone and ask the fire service for help.

“Instead you took little or no steps to ensure the safety of anybody. You didn’t give it a thought.”

Prosecutor Cassie Williams  said inspectors on a routine visit  had been so concerned at what they found that they immediately called in specialist fire safety officers. The basement contained  two beds, a TV, microwave and fridge.

Farzand was immediately banned from using it as living accommodation.

Rooms on the first and second floor were also hit with bans, but these were removed after work was carried out.

The court was told that the four-storey Victorian premises contained a number of high temperature fat-fryers, but had no fire doors to restrict the spread of flames. There were no effective alarms, no emergency lighting and extension sockets were overloaded.

Ms Williams said Farzand had not had even had a basic fire assessment carried out. When challenged, he admitted he didn’t know what one was.

She said the fire service had invited Farzand to an interview to discuss the situation four time and each time he cancelled the meeting. They then give him numerous optional dates for talks, but got no response.

Judge Mort said only a custodial sentence was appropriate. Farzand was given a four-month sentence – but told it would be suspended for 18 months.

Farzand was also ordered to carry out 80 hours unpaid work, and pay a contribution toward prosecution costs of £500.

Judge Mort said: “There has to be a degree of wake-up in terms of employers carrying out similar businesses.” The court heard Farzand sold the business in April and works as a market trader, earning around £150 a week.

Joseph Hart, defending, said: “Mr Farzand did not set out to achieve a wicked act. It was his ignorance that put people at risk.”

He said it was accepted that the family in the cellar had been living in ‘horrible circumstances’ but said they had been homeless, and he had offered them a roof over their heads.

Mr Hart said at the time of the offences, Farzand had been suffering stress, having to deal with his father dying from cancer, and look after five children and a pregnant wife.

via ‘Mr Cod’ takeaway boss let family live in Rochdale ‘death trap’ basement | Manchester Evening News – menmedia.co.uk.

Filthy Pig, Chicken supplier cleaned up with dirty underpants risking publics health

I wonder how many people have suffered food poisoning or similar after eating food which greedy Muslim Kamran Ajaib has had his grubby hands on. It made me heave just looking at the filthy underpants he used to wipe up chicken blood and other spillages.God knows what harmful bacteria is festering in that vile place that the filthy pig couldnt be bothered to clean risking the publics health. Why should he clean up, the majority of people who will end up eating it will be drunk non Muslims on their way home from the pub.All he was bothered about is lining his own pockets, It speaks volumes about how little he cared by the fact that wire was turning up in peoples chicken burger . What sort of  idiot would ruin a chicken empire and think they wouldnt need a licence. He either has a severe shortage of brain cells  or he’s a lier and acting numb to cut corners and make a fast buck. It doesnt say much for Bristol council officers if he has been able to operate for so long under the radar.

With Britain’s 2 tier justice system which favours Muslims  He will probably walk free and will only suffer a minor financial penalty. He will return to this sort of work and will break the law again and again. He is making so much money from dodging the various laws that he has long concluded that getting the odd fine now and again is nothing more than an occupational hazard. The minimal fines will not impact on his massive profit margins. He will continue to take a risk with public health churning out chicken burgers and other food products unfit for human consumption and carry on laughing all the way to the bank. 

Chicken supplier who cleaned his premises with a pair of Y-FRONTS sold 30 tons of dirty meat to takeaways every week

  • Kamran Ajaib, 27, operated Hamza Poultry Limited as makeshift butcher’s
  • Bristol centre distributed meat to shops in Swindon, Cardiff and Swansea
  • Council officers raided premises after customer found metal wire in chicken
  • Open wheelie bins containing meat debris and bones found during search
  • No washbasins by work areas, knife steriliser or any safety management

By MARK DUELL

PUBLISHED: 11:25, 11 September 2012 | UPDATED: 12:06, 11 September 2012

criminal ran unlicensed chicken factory Facing jail: Kamran Ajaib used Y-fronts to clean his premises, Hamza Poultry Limited in BristolFacing jail: Kamran Ajaib used Y-fronts to clean his premises, Hamza Poultry Limited in Bristol

A meat distributor supplied up to 30 tons of filthy chicken to takeaways every week from an unlicensed processing plant – which had no knife steriliser or hand-washing basin.

Kamran Ajaib, 27, used Y-front underpants to clean his premises, Hamza Poultry Limited in Bristol, which operated as a makeshift butcher’s, Bristol Crown Court heard yesterday.

The chicken was distributed to kebab shops and takeaway restaurants across the city – and even as far afield as Swindon, Cardiff and Swansea.

Council officials raided the plant after a customer found metal wire in their takeaway chicken.

Ajaib’s premises had none of the necessary food hygiene approvals or licences to work with meat.

He pleaded guilty to 16 charges of failing to comply with food hygiene regulations between June 2010 and May 2011, but denied any knowledge of cutting chicken on the premises.

He told a previous hearing, held at the city’s magistrate’s court last year, that the chicken arrived in boxes from European Union-regulated factories and was left in those boxes.

But city council principal environmental health officer John Barrow said equipment used in meat preparation had been found during a raid on the premises, along with off-cuts of meat.

Mr Barrow said council officers and police found work tables, a saw often used to cut meat, knives, and a chainmail glove – used by butchers to prevent accidental injuries while chopping meat.

Open wheelie bins containing meat debris and bones were also discovered in the search. Council investigators estimated the unit processed ‘in excess of 20 to 30 tons a week’ of chicken.

disgusting y fronts underpants used for cleaningHygiene issue: The court heard that the pants were clean and came from a next door business, which had a surplus of old stock, and had been used as cleaning cloths at the chicken plantHygiene issue: The court heard that the pants were clean and came from a next door business, which had a surplus of old stock, and had been used as cleaning cloths at the chicken plant

Dirty gloves: The chicken was distributed to takeaway restaurants and kebab shops across Bristol and even as far afield as Swindon, Cardiff and SwanseaDirty gloves: The chicken was distributed to takeaway restaurants and kebab shops across Bristol and even as far afield as Swindon, Cardiff and Swansea

The court was also shown a photograph of a box of meat with a pair of underpants draped over it.

It heard that the pants were clean and came from a next door business, which had a surplus of old stock, and had been used as cleaning cloths at the chicken plant.

Bristol City Council successfully applied for an order from magistrates to destroy more than four tons of chicken seized in a raid on the unit in May last year.

Mr Barrow said a member of the public complained to the council after finding a piece of metal wire in a chicken takeaway. A council probe into the takeaway’s suppliers led them to Hamza Poultry.

From mobile phones and receipts seized in the raid they realised the meat was being distributed across the South West to what were described in court as ‘KFC clones and kebab shops’.

breeding ground for bacteria on machines used to make chicken products destined for consumption by british people.Needing cleaning: Bristol City Council successfully applied for an order from magistrates to destroy more than four tons of chicken seized in a raid on the unit in May last yearNeeding cleaning: Bristol City Council successfully applied for an order from magistrates to destroy more than four tons of chicken seized in a raid on the unit in May last year

Premises: Hamza Poultry Limited in Bristol, from which the chicken was distributed around the South WestPremises: Hamza Poultry Limited in Bristol, from which the chicken was distributed around the South West

Asked what the premises needed to comply with safety standards, Mr Barrow said it lacked washbasins by work areas, a knife steriliser and any kind of safety management system.

‘It doesn’t matter whether this meat is fit for human consumption or not. It is simply because they have not got the right licences in place’

Kate Burnham, Bristol City Council

Kate Burnham, who brought the application to destroy the meat on behalf of the council, said: ‘It doesn’t matter whether this meat is fit for human consumption or not. It is simply because they have not got the right licences in place.’

Ajaib told the earlier court hearing that he had stepped in at short notice to help his family, taking over the business from a brother who had been ‘locked up’ some months before the raid.

He said he had not known he needed a licence, and that the equipment he had on the site had come from a butcher who owed him money. Ajaib faces a possible jail term when sentenced next month.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2201478/Chicken-supplier-cleaned-premises-pair-Y-FRONTS-sold-dirty-meat-takeaways.html#ixzz26IcLWfVe