BBC staff told: Don’t wash your feet in the sink!

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London Loves Business:

1 February 2013 | By Asa Bennett

 

Standards have sunk to a new low at the BBC as workers in the News Department are knee deep in battling a hygiene crisis.

Health and safety experts have stepped in to check everyone is toeing the line, putting up a sign in the new Broadcasting House offices’ kitchen warning staff not to wash their feet in the sink.

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8 Replies to “BBC staff told: Don’t wash your feet in the sink!”

  1. Kitchen staff washing their feet in the sink, where in the kitchens??? I’ve heard of verbal diarrea but veral athleats foot?

  2. The culturally traditional stand on the seat and crouch to use the toilet in the same manner as a “hole in the ground” toilet. Watch out for muddy footprints.
    There may be trouble flushing the “odd number of smooth stones”.

  3. OTTAWA- Parliament Hill – Celebrating the birth of the prophet Mohammad by the Ottawa Muslim shia community at the Ottawa Conference Cente on Parliament Hill –

    When Muslim Canadians observed Al-Mawled Al-Nabawi (the anniversary of the birth of the Prophet Muhammad) on 12 February 2013, there was something strikingly different going on at the celebration in Ottawa, the nation’s capital. Breaking with the practice of sitting in the audience, sometimes behind curtains, and listening to male speakers, Muslim women took centre stage. From master of ceremonies to the keynote speaker, Muslim women captivated a full house – comprising legislators, diplomats, community leaders and Canadians of all faiths – in the Government Conference Centre.

    […]thanks to the efforts of dedicated community leaders and the support of a few members of Canada’s parliament, Muslims were able to move the celebration to the parliament building.

    Explaining the significance of this shift in his welcome address, Jaffar Hashmi, President of the Ottawa Shia Islamic Association and co-ordinator of the event, said, “The move to Parliament Hill was not just a change in the venue, but arose from our intention to embody and share the universal values of Islam with the broader Canadian community.” The focus this year was on gender equity and how it was practised in the Prophet’s own family.

    http://www.eurasiareview.com/08032013-muslim-women-the-masters-of-ceremony-in-canada-oped/

    there is a video of the event :

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