Photo shows employee allegedly urinating on beer ingredients | Photo: Reproduction/Social Media
Tsingtao Brewery, one of China’s largest breweries, announced an investigation after a video of an employee urinating on brew ingredients went viral during the week.
The video, posted on Thursday (19), allegedly shows an employee at a Tsingtao Brewery Co. warehouse. He climbs into a container and urinates in beer.
The photos were circulated on Chinese social media, and received millions of views on the Weibo platform.
The photos spread on social media and received millions of views.
Tsingtao announced on Friday (20) that it had contacted the police regarding the incident and that an investigation was underway.
“Our company attaches great importance to the video that emerged from Tsingtao No. 3 Brewery on October 19,” she said in a statement.
He added: “We reported the incident to the police as soon as possible, and public security agencies are participating in the investigation.”
“The barley batch in question has been completely closed. The company continues to strengthen its administrative procedures to ensure the quality of its products,” Tsingtao confirmed.
Tsingtao, China’s second-largest brewery, is one of the country’s most popular beverage brands, with a strong presence in bars and restaurants. (AFP)
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