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No evidence Taco Bell workers put rat poison in Colorado customer’s taco after argument, authorities say
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Investigators in Colorado found no evidence that employees of a Taco Bell tampered with a customer’s food after he fell ill and rat poison was discovered in his taco, authorities said Friday.
The customer, who has not been publicly identified, went to the drive-thru of the fast-food restaurant in Aurora around 1 p.m. on Jan. 15 when he got into an argument with workers because the soda machine was not working, the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office said Friday.
Deputies responded to the disturbance and learned the man had become angry and asked for a burrito in place of the drink, the sheriff’s office said. When staff told him they could not make that substitution, the man continued to argue until they gave him a burrito in place of the drink.
No criminal activity occurred during the incident, according to authorities.
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