You'll never believe the disgusting things some restaurant workers see and do

Before you go, we thought you'd like these...
Before you go close icon
If you've ever done something to anger a restaurant worker and worried that he or she may spit in your food for revenge, your worries just might be justified. However, it seems some restaurant workers don't need the "trigger" to mess with your meals. It appears some waiters eat off of customer's plates, drop rolls and silverware on the floor and don't replace them, and even touch the food without washing their hands. Several restaurant workers took to Whisper, the popular app that provides an anonymous platform for people to share their most honest thoughts, to share the gross things they see and do on a daily basis.

You could be dining on some pretty nasty tablecloths:
I work at a restaurant and I've never once seen our tablecloths washed

Let's hope they wash their hands:
I'm a server, and when people request a house salad we make it ourselves.. and use our hands to pick up the lettuce, tomatoes, and carrots

If you were wondering how you caught that bug last week:
I'm going to my job today with contagious strep throat because no one can cover my shift. I work at a restaurant. Every server I know has been forced to work while sick. Yum.

Maybe it's a good thing if they don't wipe down the table very well:
When they make me clean toilets at work I use the same towel to clean the tables!! I'm a server not a toilet scrubber!

A little dirt is good for the immune system:
I work at a restaurant & more than once I've dropped bread rolls on the floor and still served them

If this isn't a cheese shop, it's pretty concerning:
the restaurant where I work has served moldy food.  i'm scared if I say something I'll get fired.

Because we all know water alone kills 100 percent of germs:
At the restaurant where I work, we don't clean the silverware. We just spray it with water until food comes off.

Nothing like a solid quick fix:
I'm a waiter and when a customer asks me to fix their food again, I just microwave it, and I give it back to them. I ask them how the food is, they say it's so much better. -_-

You might as well eat off the floor in this case:
I touch customers' food all the time with dirty hands from the kitchen- nasty dishes, the floor, door handles, who cares.

It's always courteous to make sure people's food hasn't gone bad:
I'm a server and one time I stuck my tongue in a guy's juice to see if it went bad in the fridge. He drank all of it afterwards.

Always respect the rules:
I work as a server and the 5 second rule applies at work the same as it does at home

For more restaurant worker confessions, check out Whisper.

Watch this video to see how food trucks are often cleaner than most restaurants:

Study Finds Food Trucks Are Cleaner Than Most Restaurants


More from AOL.com:
Americans reveal negative experiences with Obamacare
People tell shocking confessions of what it's like to live on minimum wage
Powerful confessions from undocumented immigrants
Read Full Story

Sign up for Best Bites by AOL and receive delicious recipes delivered to your inbox daily!

Subscribe to our other newsletters

Emails may offer personalized content or ads. Learn more. You may unsubscribe any time.

From Our Partners

Search Recipes