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Woman Accidentally Eats Potato Chips Covered In Dead Ants Thinking They Were Black Pepper

Don’t you hate it when you accidentally mistake ants for black pepper? Yeah, me too.

While eating at a Pita Pit in Beaverton, Oregon, Emily Wagoner made this crucial mistake, buying a bag of Miss Vickie’s Sea Salt and Vinegar chips, and being under the impression that it had some added black pepper to the mix.

Well actually, those sea salt and vinegar chips don’t come with pepper, and halfway into the bag, Wagoner eventually realized that her chips were covered in dead ants.

Disgusted and horrified, she tweeted out this photo to the world:

Emily then said she complained about it, and without even apologizing, the Pita Pit employee just asked if she wanted a new bag, because she surely wanted more of the food that just made her consume dead ants.

According to Cosmo, Pita Pit tried to make things square by giving her a $50 gift certificate, but Emily was so upset at the way she was treated at the restaurant, she just spit on the offer.

I’m willing to go out on a limb here and say that there’s a 100 percent chance that after this story, you will double check the black pepper in your meals.


Pita Pit Fires Fast-Food Employees on Facebook


After undergoing a change of ownership, employees of a Pita Pit location in New Zealand received a rather unpleasant surprise on Facebook. According to Sun News, when employees went to check the new management’s roster posted on a private Facebook page, they found that their names were not listed.

Taryne Cullen, one of the unlisted employees who returned to Pita Pit after a knee operation, contacted her boss. A few days later she was curtly Facebook messaged, “You don’t have a job anymore.”

“I felt brushed aside, like I was no one,” said Cullen.

Another employee, who worked at the franchise for three years and requested to not be named, also found herself absent from the schedule. Upon contacting the new owners, she was told she no longer had a job and to return her uniform. The Pita Pit’s New Zealand location has since received a social media outcry to boycott the chain.

Pita Pit owner Wayne Cui admitted to Sun News that the situation could have been handled better.