William Eichler 03 January 2018

Council launches investigation after chef ‘spikes’ vegan meal

Council launches investigation after chef ‘spikes’ vegan meal image

A council is investigating after a chef boasted online about ‘spiking’ a vegan’s meal with animal-based products.

Laura Goodman, a chef at the Italian restaurant Carlini in Shifnal, boasted on Facebook that she ‘spiked a vegan a few hours ago’.

She wrote on the social media site: ‘Pious, judgemental vegan (who I spent all day cooking for) has gone to bed, still believing she’s a vegan.’

Ms Goodman has been reported to the council.

A spokesman for Shropshire Council’s regulatory services said: ‘We have received complaints in relation to this matter and are currently investigating.

‘We’re therefore unable to comment further at this time.’

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