Restaurant owner uses hands to wipe his bottom after using toilet before contaminating food

Mahbub Chowdhury 
By: Feng Qian

A restaurant owner was charged with breaching food and hygiene regulations after being accused of using his hands to wipe his bottom while using the toilet, police in the United Kingdom said.

Swindon police said that 46-year-old Mahbub Chowdhury, the owner of the Yeahya Flavour of Asia, has been charged with 10 counts of breaching food and hygiene regulations after items at his restaurant was found to be covered in feces.

According to the police, health inspectors visited the restaurant and found that the hygiene and cleanliness were very poor.

In the kitchen under the double sinks, inspectors found an empty bottle of milk that was extremely dirty and covered with brown fingerprints.

When asked for an explanation, Chowdhury explained that he filled the bottle with water from the kitchen sink and used it to clean his bottom after going to the toilet.

He did not use toilet paper for cultural reasons. The inspectors concluded that the traces of brown was feces. In court, Chowdhury pleaded guilty to all ten counts.