A restaurant just served something that looks utterly gross to Milo Yiannopoulos

The Cheesecake Factory allegedly served Milo Yiannopoulos this dish – that doesn’t look like it’s supposed to look like.

Controversial journalist and speaker, Milo Yiannopoulos shared a photo of food that was served to him in a restaurant in South Miami. The item, which is supposed to be topped with melted white cheddar cheese, looked as though it had actually been spat or ejaculated in. He commented the photo “I was just served this”. He tagged the photo from The Cheesecake Factory in South Miami.

The item he was served was supposed to be the Grilled Steak Tacos served with black beans and melted white cheddar cheese, according to the Cheesecake Factory.

The post has been “liked” nearly 13,400 times and attracted thousands of comments. One commenter wrote that Milo should report the outlet to the authorities as it is a felony to tamper with someone’s food. Other users have pushed for Milo to sue the food outlet.

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I was just served this.

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Another user, savannahskyebruner, who works in the restaurant industry wrote, “As a full time food handler in the restaurant industry, I take pride in my work. Regardless of who I serve, it’s business as usual and always remains professional. This is absolutely vile and that/those employee(s) responsible should be fired”.

The Cheesecake Factory replied on Instagram saying “Thanks for dining at The Cheesecake Factory. We’re so pleased to hear from our manager that you enjoyed your Grilled Steak Tacos served with black beans and melted white cheddar cheese. Please DM us if you need anything else.”.

THEGAYUK.com has reached out to The Cheesecake Factory for comment.

 


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