This Video of a Man Peeing on a Kellogg’s Factory Conveyor Belt Will Make You Think Twice at the Grocery Store

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Contrary to popular thought, maybe it’s a good thing that robots are about to replace some of factory jobs in this country. Some of the people who work in them are apparently so pissed off about their employment, they’re pissing on your products.

In this case, worse… pissing on your food.

A video has emerged of a man peeing on the conveyor belt for the food coming out of a Kellogg’s plant.


Because he could, apparently.

Via WMC Action News 5, who warns this may be disturbing to some viewers:

Here’s the original footage:

Potentially “effected” (aka peed on) products include Rice Krispies Treats, Rice Krispies Treats cereal, and other puffed rice products. The company believes the video was recorded at Kellogg’s Memphis factory back in 2014, which means that all of the urination-tainted food has likely already been eaten.

A Kellogg’s spokesman released this statement… which won’t make you feel any better about it:

“Kellogg takes this situation very seriously and we were shocked and deeply disappointed by this video that we just learned of today. We immediately alerted law enforcement authorities and regulators. A criminal investigation is underway as well as a thorough internal investigation…

Food quality is of the utmost importance to Kellogg Company. We are outraged by this completely unacceptable situation, and we will work closely with authorities to prosecute to the full extent of the law.”

Yeah. Great. That really means a lot to all the people, mostly children, who paid your company to eat food covered in your employee’s urine.

“For a person to do something like that, he is nasty, low down, dirty,” Felicia Hayslett told Action News 5. “He should go to jail. Go straight to jail.”

True, but again… pee. Already. Eaten.

Makes you wonder how much of this goes on that isn’t captured on a cell phone camera.


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  • dawn

    whack his pee pee

  • none

    That isn’t anything. When I worked at Lewis bakeries, they would post messages from management about complaints. Finding hair, pencils and unmixed chalky doe in the bread. All of these complaints where removed from goggle reviews. After lawsuit threats aginst on-line reviews. You never read about them.
    As a side note, when I was there they caught a woman smoking dope on the parking lot. She was given three days off, with pay? Also caught smoking cigarettes around where they made bread. No days off.

  • I forgot

    Mental illness will increase in the latter days.

  • Clementine

    Just another reason to only eat organic, non-processed foods… preferably from your own garden…

  • lazWbiPdit

    Snap Crackle and Poop?
    GMO style.

  • Why won’t you people just eat your GMOs, now enhanced with piss(vitamins, hello!) and just shut up? 😉

  • Mike

    hey look at the shade of skin. Good old diversity at work.

  • Broos

    It’s STERILE, folks!

  • Smarty

    Piss Krispies….

  • mirageseekr

    Go figure it was posted on world hip hop star. So I’m guessing we are speaking of a certain segment of the population who has no problem feeding their children or relatives this all so they can achieve fame on the hip hop star channel.

  • Mary Smith

    People, I love you all (except for those who do these things). Please use this as an impetus to do everything you can to get away from eating junk (and almost every food in the grocery is contaminated in some way). Even if you live in a tiny apartment, you can still grow a few veggies. Maybe you know someone with a backyard or a bit of land that you can work on the weekends. Just do it, please.

  • Larry Major

    I recall the old saying did someone pee in your cornflakes