Dunkin' Donuts Employee Caught Serving Doughnuts That Dropped On Floor

Isabella Ohlmeyer
A clumsy employee at Dunkin’ Donuts in Massachusetts dropped the store’s doughnuts on the floor, and then put it back on display to sell to customers.

Customers who visit the Dunkin' Donuts at the Mendon, Massachusetts location should be cautious of the doughnuts they are consuming. 

A Dunkin’ Donuts employee at a Massachusetts franchise was caught by the shop’s surveillance camera, dropping a handful of doughnuts and putting them back to sell to customers, according to Fox News.

Liam Flaherty, a former employee at the store, posted the video footage recently on his Facebook, claiming the woman in the video was his manager.

“People ate those doughnuts that fell and touched the ground and she was just OK with that,” Flaherty told ABC News.

The incident occurred last November and the representatives from the Dunkin’ Donuts global office spoke to the woman in the video and are investigating the occurrence.

"The actions seen in the video at a franchised Dunkin' Donuts restaurant are absolutely inconsistent with our strict food safety standards and requirements," the company said. 


No reports have been made of the woman’s current employment status at Dunkin’ Donuts. 

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Banner Image Credit: Liam Flaherty, Facebook video screenshot