Hefei a packet stall stalls the main stream of water is placed in the steamer, and the local regulatory authorities have been involved in the investigation.

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Extreme Journalist Jia Shusui

合肥一包子摊摊主舀路边积水放入蒸锅,当地监管部门已介入调查

Recently, Hefei High-tech Zone, Anhui Province, a buns of a bocolate, the video of the roadside into the pot in the pot, spread online, and the extreme news reporter learned from the local market supervision department, they have intervened investigations.

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Net transmission video shows: In the water next to Hefei on a highway, a man put into the small cart steamer with the iron basin, and the gas tank is connected to the steamer below the car. . There is a brand of “Irudge Paints, Small Waffles, Steamed Dumplings” on the car. The reporter noticed that the man went into the pot twice, and the flow of water looked turbid, and there was also garbage on the water.

On the social platform, the user who released the video replied that both sides of the road section were the factory, and there was a kiln combustion rubber test block processing glass factory. In this regard, some netizens said: “I have seen the steamer, the water of the steamer is not so clean.” More netizens expressed angry, “Is it not stinking the buns?” “This is steameded buns. , Do you dare to eat? “

合肥一包子摊摊主舀路边积水放入蒸锅,当地监管部门已介入调查

The extreme news reporter learned that this happened near the intersection of Changning Avenue, High-tech Zone, Hefei City. On August 30, the extreme news reporter tried to contact the netizen who issued a video. He said that the relevant departments have been involved in investigation, and they will not disclose too much. The staff of Hefei High-tech Zone Yonghe Market Supervision and Management told the extreme news reporter, and they were still in the investigation, and there was no results.

合肥一包子摊摊主舀路边积水放入蒸锅,当地监管部门已介入调查

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Image source: shake screenshot