China.- A brewery of Chinese origin, Tsingtao breweryresponded to a viral video of an employee urinating in a storage container by saying so She contacted the authorities to open an investigation into the incident.
Registration accumulates Tens of millions of views Since Thursday, when it was posted on the social media site Weibo, showing a uniformed man standing on a keg to urinate in a beverage tank.
A brewery is responding to a viral video showing an employee urinating
Tsingtao, China’s second-largest beer maker, said in a statement that the incident was reported in… “First chance”.
The company attaches great importance to media reports and reported the matter to the public security authorities as soon as possible. “Public safety authorities are currently participating in the investigation,” the statement said.
tsingtao, Beer that is ubiquitous throughout East AsiaHe did not confirm in the statement whether the person in the video was an employee or not.
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Users no longer trust what they drink after the video
The video sparked criticism from Weibo users, with many saying so He dissuaded them To drink a drink. Others Show their support for the brandStressing the need to conduct a comprehensive investigation into the matter.
“The problem is how to reassure the public that the raw materials in beer are not contaminated,” asks one user.
The company said its production Operations were still fully operational.
He added that the company’s production and operation at the present time are normal in all respects.
Tsingtao Brewery shares fell sharply When the Shanghai Stock Exchange opened on Monday, it rebounded in afternoon trading. The Hong Kong Stock Exchange, where the company is also listed, was closed on Monday for a holiday.
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