I might just be the biggest fan of Ketchup in the world. It has its place on hotdogs, burgers, and maybe as an additive to other stuff in recipes, so if I purchase the stuff, I’d like to be sure that I’m getting the true brand. I’m a Heinz guy, and when I saw this, I immediately investigated my refrigerator for counterfeit goodness.
Officials discovered the fake ketchup factory after tenants complained about flies and rotten odors coming from another part of the 7,000-square-foot warehouse in Dover, N.J. They found thousands of plastic bottles labeled Heinz ketchup, many of which had exploded after being abandoned in the hot building.
What jackass thought that purchasing Heinz and rebottling it would be a profitable enterprise? I mean, hasn’t’ he or she ever heard the phrase “Crime doesn’t’ pay?” And leaving it in an un-air-conditioned area? Um, I wouldn’t want to be in there with all of those drunken fruit flies.
Come on man! If you’re going to commit a crime, take a page out of the ghetto. Counterfeit DVD’s, CD’s, or just try getting an honest job. Don’t’ insult that most valued staple of summertime cookouts.
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