Pennsylvania grocery store loses estimated $35K in food after woman's 'twisted' coronavirus prank, co-owner says

Gerrity's Supermarket threw out thousands of dollars of food after a woman intentionally coughed on it on Wednesday, the store's co-owner said.

(Translated) ម្ចាស់ហាងនិយាយថាហាងលក់គ្រឿងទេសនៅរដ្ឋប៉េនស៊ីលវេនៀខាតបង់អាហារប្រមាណ ៣៥០០០ ដុល្លារអាមេរិកបន្ទាប់ពីស្ត្រីមានជំងឺកាមរោគឆ្លងមេរោគ

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Lance Hobson commented
9d ago

This crisis is helping identify those helpful to society and the ones who absolutely have to go.

Michael Eaglin commented
9d ago

He mad cause he couldn't sell dat high price food Grocery stores THROWS AWAY LOTS OF FOOD DAILY N OFTEN! INSTEAD OF DONATING IT! SAD

Mary Kerstetter commented
9d ago

Just sad that someone did this.

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