Probe as ‘maggot found’ in Royal Gwent canteen food

South Wales Argus: COMPLAINT: A maggot near the knife on a plate in a photograph taken by Mr Foster-Wells COMPLAINT: A maggot near the knife on a plate in a photograph taken by Mr Foster-Wells

 AN INVESTIGATION has been launched after a man claimed he found a maggot in his hospital canteen breakfast.

Wayne Foster-Wells, 31, of Bettws, Newport, said he found the maggot hidden in his tomatoes while eating a £2.50 fry-up at the Royal Gwent Hospital, Newport.

The unemployed father of nine was visiting his wife, Tammy Foster-Wells, at the hospital after the birth of their son, Samuel.

Mr Foster-Wells was eating the breakfast in the hospital’s canteen when he said he realised towards the end of the meal that there was a maggot on his plate.

Mr Foster-Wells said: “It was your standard fry-up with omelette, bacon, sausage and tomatoes, but towards the end of the meal I noticed a maggot on the plate.

“I immediately told the other people eating the breakfast, but they carried on eating.

“I then spoke to the hospital staff but they didn’t seem bothered.

“All they could say to me was that they would take my name and address but it could take multiple months before anything was done.

“But I could get the £2.50 that I paid for the meal back.”

The Royal Gwent Hospital has launched an investigation and contacted the Environmental Health Office after Mr Foster- Wells made an official complaint.

“I have a really bad stomach and have been rushing to the toilet since,” Mr Foster-Wells added.

Julian Hayman, of Aneurin Bevan Health Board, said: “The health board can confirm that we have been made aware of a complaint from a member of the public.

“The complaint concerns tinned tomatoes which had been sourced externally.

“We are currently investigating the concern with our suppliers and have also informed the Environmental Health Office.”

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9:06am Thu 28 Mar 13

welshladddd says...

Get a grip young man.A maggot will do you no harm what so ever,dont you think the nhs have done more than enough for you 9 kids !!

Looks like another sponger looking for a payout,and for your poor poor belly hurting you !!!! Total waster
Get a grip young man.A maggot will do you no harm what so ever,dont you think the nhs have done more than enough for you 9 kids !! Looks like another sponger looking for a payout,and for your poor poor belly hurting you !!!! Total waster welshladddd
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9:24am Thu 28 Mar 13

Stevenboy says...

'Unemployed father of nine'. Hmm, can't they think of a more efficient way of finishing this waster off than a maggot?. I'm sure that with all that Child Benefit he didn't need his dinner money back.
'Unemployed father of nine'. Hmm, can't they think of a more efficient way of finishing this waster off than a maggot?. I'm sure that with all that Child Benefit he didn't need his dinner money back. Stevenboy
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9:32am Thu 28 Mar 13

Mervyn James says...

At least it aint horse-meat lol...
At least it aint horse-meat lol... Mervyn James
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9:50am Thu 28 Mar 13

spanner100 says...

Seeking "COMPO"!! Bet he has been in touch with "Claims Company"!!!
Seeking "COMPO"!! Bet he has been in touch with "Claims Company"!!! spanner100
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9:55am Thu 28 Mar 13

7seater says...

"The unemployed father of nine" says it all, don't you think you have taken enough from our system already? - People like this make me sick, get a job!
"The unemployed father of nine" says it all, don't you think you have taken enough from our system already? - People like this make me sick, get a job! 7seater
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9:56am Thu 28 Mar 13

KarmaSuitsYa says...

welshladddd wrote:
Get a grip young man.A maggot will do you no harm what so ever,dont you think the nhs have done more than enough for you 9 kids !!

Looks like another sponger looking for a payout,and for your poor poor belly hurting you !!!! Total waster
I agree. The circumstances certainly warrant suspicion.

Though having said that, I wouldn't be at all surprised if he's telling the truth either.
[quote][p][bold]welshladddd[/bold] wrote: Get a grip young man.A maggot will do you no harm what so ever,dont you think the nhs have done more than enough for you 9 kids !! Looks like another sponger looking for a payout,and for your poor poor belly hurting you !!!! Total waster[/p][/quote]I agree. The circumstances certainly warrant suspicion. Though having said that, I wouldn't be at all surprised if he's telling the truth either. KarmaSuitsYa
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10:04am Thu 28 Mar 13

nodnyl says...

give him a freeby -- a vasectomy on the house!
give him a freeby -- a vasectomy on the house! nodnyl
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10:47am Thu 28 Mar 13

tammyh1 says...

who the hell do you think you lot are all high and mighty!!!!1 to judge me and my husband for number 1 we dont have 9 kids!! the argus have got that wrong and as for slating us for being unemployed none of you lot know our circumstances so before your quick to judge let me tell you your wrong!! and as far as compensation goes he didnt report the story for that he wanted to make people aware of what they were eating!!!! considering how many elders go to that cafe who are ill and children not knowing whats in there food would make them 10 times worse. and your all angry and annoyed over this horse meat scandal which cant be seen while your eating but my husband finds something that shouldnt be in his food and your all slating him for it. im sure if the shoe was on the other foot you would all be quick enough to pick up the phone so dont be so quick to judge me and mine have a nice day!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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who the hell do you think you lot are all high and mighty!!!!1 to judge me and my husband for number 1 we dont have 9 kids!! the argus have got that wrong and as for slating us for being unemployed none of you lot know our circumstances so before your quick to judge let me tell you your wrong!! and as far as compensation goes he didnt report the story for that he wanted to make people aware of what they were eating!!!! considering how many elders go to that cafe who are ill and children not knowing whats in there food would make them 10 times worse. and your all angry and annoyed over this horse meat scandal which cant be seen while your eating but my husband finds something that shouldnt be in his food and your all slating him for it. im sure if the shoe was on the other foot you would all be quick enough to pick up the phone so dont be so quick to judge me and mine have a nice day!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ! tammyh1
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11:00am Thu 28 Mar 13

janelouise12 says...

tammyh1 wrote:
who the hell do you think you lot are all high and mighty!!!!1 to judge me and my husband for number 1 we dont have 9 kids!! the argus have got that wrong and as for slating us for being unemployed none of you lot know our circumstances so before your quick to judge let me tell you your wrong!! and as far as compensation goes he didnt report the story for that he wanted to make people aware of what they were eating!!!! considering how many elders go to that cafe who are ill and children not knowing whats in there food would make them 10 times worse. and your all angry and annoyed over this horse meat scandal which cant be seen while your eating but my husband finds something that shouldnt be in his food and your all slating him for it. im sure if the shoe was on the other foot you would all be quick enough to pick up the phone so dont be so quick to judge me and mine have a nice day!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

!
have 2 say i totally agree with u if id found that in my food i would have reported it to. im glad this has been made public me and my family will never eat at the royal gwent again. oh n just one more thing congrats to u n ur hubbie on the birth of your son x
[quote][p][bold]tammyh1[/bold] wrote: who the hell do you think you lot are all high and mighty!!!!1 to judge me and my husband for number 1 we dont have 9 kids!! the argus have got that wrong and as for slating us for being unemployed none of you lot know our circumstances so before your quick to judge let me tell you your wrong!! and as far as compensation goes he didnt report the story for that he wanted to make people aware of what they were eating!!!! considering how many elders go to that cafe who are ill and children not knowing whats in there food would make them 10 times worse. and your all angry and annoyed over this horse meat scandal which cant be seen while your eating but my husband finds something that shouldnt be in his food and your all slating him for it. im sure if the shoe was on the other foot you would all be quick enough to pick up the phone so dont be so quick to judge me and mine have a nice day!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ![/p][/quote]have 2 say i totally agree with u if id found that in my food i would have reported it to. im glad this has been made public me and my family will never eat at the royal gwent again. oh n just one more thing congrats to u n ur hubbie on the birth of your son x janelouise12
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11:09am Thu 28 Mar 13

tammyh1 says...

to the person who commented after me just would like to say thankyou for your comment and im glad to know that there is at least on edecent person in Newport!!
to the person who commented after me just would like to say thankyou for your comment and im glad to know that there is at least on edecent person in Newport!! tammyh1
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11:18am Thu 28 Mar 13

KarmaSuitsYa says...

tammyh1 wrote:
who the hell do you think you lot are all high and mighty!!!!1 to judge me and my husband for number 1 we dont have 9 kids!! the argus have got that wrong and as for slating us for being unemployed none of you lot know our circumstances so before your quick to judge let me tell you your wrong!! and as far as compensation goes he didnt report the story for that he wanted to make people aware of what they were eating!!!! considering how many elders go to that cafe who are ill and children not knowing whats in there food would make them 10 times worse. and your all angry and annoyed over this horse meat scandal which cant be seen while your eating but my husband finds something that shouldnt be in his food and your all slating him for it. im sure if the shoe was on the other foot you would all be quick enough to pick up the phone so dont be so quick to judge me and mine have a nice day!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

!
Wow! Grouchy momma.

Congratulations too by the way :)

I think most people reacted to the news of the nine children and being unemployed (afterall - how much would you need to earn to support nine kids?!!)

If that's not true then you need to get on to the Argus for a public apology I would think - I think people's reactions/suspicions are justified considering the way the story has been reported.

Incidently, just to satisfy our curiosity, are you making a claim for compensation?
[quote][p][bold]tammyh1[/bold] wrote: who the hell do you think you lot are all high and mighty!!!!1 to judge me and my husband for number 1 we dont have 9 kids!! the argus have got that wrong and as for slating us for being unemployed none of you lot know our circumstances so before your quick to judge let me tell you your wrong!! and as far as compensation goes he didnt report the story for that he wanted to make people aware of what they were eating!!!! considering how many elders go to that cafe who are ill and children not knowing whats in there food would make them 10 times worse. and your all angry and annoyed over this horse meat scandal which cant be seen while your eating but my husband finds something that shouldnt be in his food and your all slating him for it. im sure if the shoe was on the other foot you would all be quick enough to pick up the phone so dont be so quick to judge me and mine have a nice day!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ![/p][/quote]Wow! Grouchy momma. Congratulations too by the way :) I think most people reacted to the news of the nine children and being unemployed (afterall - how much would you need to earn to support nine kids?!!) If that's not true then you need to get on to the Argus for a public apology I would think - I think people's reactions/suspicions are justified considering the way the story has been reported. Incidently, just to satisfy our curiosity, are you making a claim for compensation? KarmaSuitsYa
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11:54am Thu 28 Mar 13

statler says...

"BUSHTUCKER TRIAL" anyone ?????
"BUSHTUCKER TRIAL" anyone ????? statler
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12:17pm Thu 28 Mar 13

dodgers71 says...

Imagine if had been chicken fried rice day, he wouldn't have noticed!
Imagine if had been chicken fried rice day, he wouldn't have noticed! dodgers71
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12:26pm Thu 28 Mar 13

portman says...

This report seems full of oddness! 9 kids for 31yr old not impossible but hard going, £2.50 for an ommlette breakfast! last time i was at the Gwent (4 weeks ago) it cost me that for a roll and a packet of crisps The other people around him just carried on eating (i hope he got their names and addressess) and the staff weren't that bothered he had a maggot in his breakfast (unbelievable!) hope he got the managers name who wasn't bothered.Which means either one of two things either the Royal Gwent kitchen is a disgrace! along with their staff and attitude or WAYNE FOSTER- WELLS took along his own maggot and after eating most of his breakfast popped it on his plate took out his phone and took a picture of it.....Will we ever know the truth?
This report seems full of oddness! 9 kids for 31yr old not impossible but hard going, £2.50 for an ommlette breakfast! last time i was at the Gwent (4 weeks ago) it cost me that for a roll and a packet of crisps The other people around him just carried on eating (i hope he got their names and addressess) and the staff weren't that bothered he had a maggot in his breakfast (unbelievable!) hope he got the managers name who wasn't bothered.Which means either one of two things either the Royal Gwent kitchen is a disgrace! along with their staff and attitude or WAYNE FOSTER- WELLS took along his own maggot and after eating most of his breakfast popped it on his plate took out his phone and took a picture of it.....Will we ever know the truth? portman
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12:44pm Thu 28 Mar 13

tammyh1 says...

yeah my husband just loves walking around with a maggot in his pocket after he just came off the hospital ward visting our SICK BABY. would really make alot of sense! Tbh I thimk the lot of you are missing the point, and trust me I have sent the argus a lovely email...NOT!!
yeah my husband just loves walking around with a maggot in his pocket after he just came off the hospital ward visting our SICK BABY. would really make alot of sense! Tbh I thimk the lot of you are missing the point, and trust me I have sent the argus a lovely email...NOT!! tammyh1
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12:48pm Thu 28 Mar 13

tammyh1 says...

and just to make you all aware No Compensation Claim has or will be made, but rest assured if this sort of thing ever happens again we will not report it and just let the lot of you eat it!!
and just to make you all aware No Compensation Claim has or will be made, but rest assured if this sort of thing ever happens again we will not report it and just let the lot of you eat it!! tammyh1
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1:00pm Thu 28 Mar 13

Katie Re-Registered says...

I think Mr Foster-Wells did exactly the right thing in reporting this hygiene breach and should be congratulated for his public-spiritedness. Let's face it, everyone is likely to need to go to hospital at some time and I'm sure that both the authorities at RGH and ABT actually feel it very important that any concerns regarding potential health dangers are reported asap to hospital staff.

The blame should really be laid at the feet of the media who, unfortunately being as unscrupulous and immoral as they are, will distort and misreport any story in order to follow the pre-ordained political type-script requested by their monopolistic masters in the service of their own vested interests.
I think Mr Foster-Wells did exactly the right thing in reporting this hygiene breach and should be congratulated for his public-spiritedness. Let's face it, everyone is likely to need to go to hospital at some time and I'm sure that both the authorities at RGH and ABT actually feel it very important that any concerns regarding potential health dangers are reported asap to hospital staff. The blame should really be laid at the feet of the media who, unfortunately being as unscrupulous and immoral as they are, will distort and misreport any story in order to follow the pre-ordained political type-script requested by their monopolistic masters in the service of their own vested interests. Katie Re-Registered
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1:02pm Thu 28 Mar 13

KarmaSuitsYa says...

yeah my husband just loves walking around with a maggot in his pocket after he just came off the hospital ward visting our SICK BABY. would really make alot of sense!

Makes perfect sense - which is a big part of your problem here. Things being what they are, I could understand someone wanting to try it on. Hell, I might even have respect for having the brass to go for the full on, full exposure approach.

Not saying you did mind, personally, I believe you, though as I said, I can see how others maybe don't.

(I hope the little 'un pulls through ok)
[quote]yeah my husband just loves walking around with a maggot in his pocket after he just came off the hospital ward visting our SICK BABY. would really make alot of sense![/quote] Makes perfect sense - which is a big part of your problem here. Things being what they are, I could understand someone wanting to try it on. Hell, I might even have respect for having the brass to go for the full on, full exposure approach. Not saying you did mind, personally, I believe you, though as I said, I can see how others maybe don't. (I hope the little 'un pulls through ok) KarmaSuitsYa
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1:04pm Thu 28 Mar 13

KarmaSuitsYa says...

tammyh1 wrote:
and just to make you all aware No Compensation Claim has or will be made, but rest assured if this sort of thing ever happens again we will not report it and just let the lot of you eat it!!
I too think you did the right thing.
[quote][p][bold]tammyh1[/bold] wrote: and just to make you all aware No Compensation Claim has or will be made, but rest assured if this sort of thing ever happens again we will not report it and just let the lot of you eat it!![/p][/quote]I too think you did the right thing. KarmaSuitsYa
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1:46pm Thu 28 Mar 13

Independentvoter says...

I would of thrown up ! Thats not a good thing especially when you have metal plates and screws in your neck !

They can resolve this matter fast for the family as there are enviromental experts now who can establish......

1 The age of the maggot.

2 How long the maggot has been in a sauce.

3 What sauce the maggot has been in.

4 The length of time the maggot has been in the sauce.

They should be able to pin point where it came from and which suppliers are to blame.

Not as bad as when my mate pulled out a blood and puss stained blue plaster from his mouth after biting into a gregs pasty.
I would of thrown up ! Thats not a good thing especially when you have metal plates and screws in your neck ! They can resolve this matter fast for the family as there are enviromental experts now who can establish...... 1 The age of the maggot. 2 How long the maggot has been in a sauce. 3 What sauce the maggot has been in. 4 The length of time the maggot has been in the sauce. They should be able to pin point where it came from and which suppliers are to blame. Not as bad as when my mate pulled out a blood and puss stained blue plaster from his mouth after biting into a gregs pasty. Independentvoter
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2:59pm Thu 28 Mar 13

pds says...

KarmaSuitsYa wrote:
yeah my husband just loves walking around with a maggot in his pocket after he just came off the hospital ward visting our SICK BABY. would really make alot of sense!

Makes perfect sense - which is a big part of your problem here. Things being what they are, I could understand someone wanting to try it on. Hell, I might even have respect for having the brass to go for the full on, full exposure approach.

Not saying you did mind, personally, I believe you, though as I said, I can see how others maybe don't.

(I hope the little 'un pulls through ok)
yeah my husband just loves walking around with a maggot in his pocket


Hee hee.
[quote][p][bold]KarmaSuitsYa[/bold] wrote: [quote]yeah my husband just loves walking around with a maggot in his pocket after he just came off the hospital ward visting our SICK BABY. would really make alot of sense![/quote] Makes perfect sense - which is a big part of your problem here. Things being what they are, I could understand someone wanting to try it on. Hell, I might even have respect for having the brass to go for the full on, full exposure approach. Not saying you did mind, personally, I believe you, though as I said, I can see how others maybe don't. (I hope the little 'un pulls through ok)[/p][/quote][quote]yeah my husband just loves walking around with a maggot in his pocket[/quote] Hee hee. pds
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3:01pm Thu 28 Mar 13

welshmen says...

That maggot was probably the only bit of protein he had on his plate,lol, best of luck with the new babyxx
That maggot was probably the only bit of protein he had on his plate,lol, best of luck with the new babyxx welshmen
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3:05pm Thu 28 Mar 13

smartie40 says...

Why worry over a maggot, there are worse things you can pick up from the gwent. And hey its only a dead maggot in the tomatoes he didnt eat it??
But why report it to the argus and make a show for people to comment on your lives.
The staff work hard in the kitchen and restaurant, dont slate the nhs as they are doing a good job and costing me a tax payer a huge chunk out of my wages every week.
so keep your maggot to yourself .. These things happen, more important things in life to worry about, get over it.
And how would it make him bad if he didnt eat it the maggot?
Why worry over a maggot, there are worse things you can pick up from the gwent. And hey its only a dead maggot in the tomatoes he didnt eat it?? But why report it to the argus and make a show for people to comment on your lives. The staff work hard in the kitchen and restaurant, dont slate the nhs as they are doing a good job and costing me a tax payer a huge chunk out of my wages every week. so keep your maggot to yourself .. These things happen, more important things in life to worry about, get over it. And how would it make him bad if he didnt eat it the maggot? smartie40
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3:19pm Thu 28 Mar 13

tammyh1 says...

i aint asked you all to comment on my live you have taken it upon yourself to. i only reported it to make people aware what if some one did eat it. who knows what would of happened.
i aint asked you all to comment on my live you have taken it upon yourself to. i only reported it to make people aware what if some one did eat it. who knows what would of happened. tammyh1
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3:30pm Thu 28 Mar 13

NakedDancer says...

Assuming the maggot had been cooked it wouldn't cause a health problem - its just protein. How it got into the food is the health and safety issue and obviously very unpleasant and unsettling to find in your food.
Assuming the maggot had been cooked it wouldn't cause a health problem - its just protein. How it got into the food is the health and safety issue and obviously very unpleasant and unsettling to find in your food. NakedDancer
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3:32pm Thu 28 Mar 13

Floppy backed says...

"I have a really bad stomach and have been rushing to the toilet since,” Mr Foster-Wells added. Really???

A maggot could of fallen out of a box of veg - people eat foods including insects all over the world are are classed as very nutritious. I am sure it wouldn't have any effect on anyones stomach.

Why would you report this to the press???
"I have a really bad stomach and have been rushing to the toilet since,” Mr Foster-Wells added. Really??? A maggot could of fallen out of a box of veg - people eat foods including insects all over the world are are classed as very nutritious. I am sure it wouldn't have any effect on anyones stomach. Why would you report this to the press??? Floppy backed
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3:57pm Thu 28 Mar 13

theviking666 says...

it could be worse, he could have found half a maggot
it could be worse, he could have found half a maggot theviking666
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4:40pm Thu 28 Mar 13

sassieuk says...

If you dont want people to comment on your life/lifestyle why report it. You know how it works on here. silly, silly, silly.
If you dont want people to comment on your life/lifestyle why report it. You know how it works on here. silly, silly, silly. sassieuk
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4:50pm Thu 28 Mar 13

ianzemma says...

so what you're saying your husband doesn't have a maggot in his pocket then??....lucky woman
! ha ha
so what you're saying your husband doesn't have a maggot in his pocket then??....lucky woman ! ha ha ianzemma
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4:56pm Thu 28 Mar 13

Mr Bump. says...

So that's what he's been up to since Goldie Looking Chain disappeared.

Bad Maggot!
So that's what he's been up to since Goldie Looking Chain disappeared. Bad Maggot! Mr Bump.
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5:01pm Thu 28 Mar 13

County says...

He would be called Wayne and he would be from Bettws wouldn't he? This has so many clichés in one story I'm thinking it's a slightly early April Fool.
He would be called Wayne and he would be from Bettws wouldn't he? This has so many clichés in one story I'm thinking it's a slightly early April Fool. County
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5:26pm Thu 28 Mar 13

tammyh1 says...

i think its amussing how you all of you are quick to judge if this story had been told by a 70 year old man with 12 kids would you be saying the same????? i beg to differ!!
i think its amussing how you all of you are quick to judge if this story had been told by a 70 year old man with 12 kids would you be saying the same????? i beg to differ!! tammyh1
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5:46pm Thu 28 Mar 13

cath 872 says...

I don't see that having nine kids and being unemployed has anything to do with the 'maggot' story. They are two separate things. However, I do think this mans' wife needs to take things in her stride, after all if you talk to a newspaper then people will make comments!! It's called a democracy.
I don't see that having nine kids and being unemployed has anything to do with the 'maggot' story. They are two separate things. However, I do think this mans' wife needs to take things in her stride, after all if you talk to a newspaper then people will make comments!! It's called a democracy. cath 872
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6:21pm Thu 28 Mar 13

Yep that's me says...

1. For what he had for his breakfast would have cost more than what he put (I know the prices)?
2. How come he managed to eat the majority of the breakfast before discovering the maggot?
3. Eating a maggot will not hurt you.
4. If the restaurant was that unclean and dirty then surely environmental health would have done something.
I highly doubt a member of staff would have I will take your name and address but it could take multiple months...really? Shows that people didnt care as they carried on eating. They do brilliant breakfast, love them.
1. For what he had for his breakfast would have cost more than what he put (I know the prices)? 2. How come he managed to eat the majority of the breakfast before discovering the maggot? 3. Eating a maggot will not hurt you. 4. If the restaurant was that unclean and dirty then surely environmental health would have done something. I highly doubt a member of staff would have I will take your name and address but it could take multiple months...really? Shows that people didnt care as they carried on eating. They do brilliant breakfast, love them. Yep that's me
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6:24pm Thu 28 Mar 13

Yep that's me says...

Also why go to the argus, as long as you complained. Especially when your unemployed and got so many kids. With the whole benefit epidemic at the moment us tax payers don't really want to read about that. I know it shouldn't be like that but that's life!
Also why go to the argus, as long as you complained. Especially when your unemployed and got so many kids. With the whole benefit epidemic at the moment us tax payers don't really want to read about that. I know it shouldn't be like that but that's life! Yep that's me
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7:38pm Thu 28 Mar 13

regaturn says...

I've known this bloke for a long time,I strongly suspect that the maggot has contributed more to society than this guy.
I've known this bloke for a long time,I strongly suspect that the maggot has contributed more to society than this guy. regaturn
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8:12pm Thu 28 Mar 13

spanner100 says...

I sincerely hope that the Authorities concerned do NOT "spew up" any loot to this person. I also trust that the offending?? Maggot has been reprimanded.
I sincerely hope that the Authorities concerned do NOT "spew up" any loot to this person. I also trust that the offending?? Maggot has been reprimanded. spanner100
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8:27pm Thu 28 Mar 13

tammyh1 says...

like i said before theres no claim being made and the only reson he went to the argus was because the gwent werent that bothered. but with all this back lash i wish we didnt tell the story or make people aware so wen they eat there food and become ill they could do it them selfs. dont any 1 realise our hospitals are supposed to be the 1 place which is clean and safe to go to at all times??????? or they intrested in other peoples lifes to take notice of whats being said!!!! and for the last time 9 KIDS??? NO!!! thats wrong!!!
like i said before theres no claim being made and the only reson he went to the argus was because the gwent werent that bothered. but with all this back lash i wish we didnt tell the story or make people aware so wen they eat there food and become ill they could do it them selfs. dont any 1 realise our hospitals are supposed to be the 1 place which is clean and safe to go to at all times??????? or they intrested in other peoples lifes to take notice of whats being said!!!! and for the last time 9 KIDS??? NO!!! thats wrong!!! tammyh1
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8:52pm Thu 28 Mar 13

ShockWave says...

Enjoys fishing does he?
Enjoys fishing does he? ShockWave
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8:55pm Thu 28 Mar 13

ShockWave says...

If you don't like the comments here, don't go on The Sun website...
If you don't like the comments here, don't go on The Sun website... ShockWave
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8:58pm Thu 28 Mar 13

Newportbella says...

10 kids is it then?
10 kids is it then? Newportbella
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10:18pm Thu 28 Mar 13

rlewis says...

tammyh1 wrote:
who the hell do you think you lot are all high and mighty!!!!1 to judge me and my husband for number 1 we dont have 9 kids!! the argus have got that wrong and as for slating us for being unemployed none of you lot know our circumstances so before your quick to judge let me tell you your wrong!! and as far as compensation goes he didnt report the story for that he wanted to make people aware of what they were eating!!!! considering how many elders go to that cafe who are ill and children not knowing whats in there food would make them 10 times worse. and your all angry and annoyed over this horse meat scandal which cant be seen while your eating but my husband finds something that shouldnt be in his food and your all slating him for it. im sure if the shoe was on the other foot you would all be quick enough to pick up the phone so dont be so quick to judge me and mine have a nice day!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

!
I can only guess that tammyh1 is too busy reproducing to learn grammar and punctuation.
[quote][p][bold]tammyh1[/bold] wrote: who the hell do you think you lot are all high and mighty!!!!1 to judge me and my husband for number 1 we dont have 9 kids!! the argus have got that wrong and as for slating us for being unemployed none of you lot know our circumstances so before your quick to judge let me tell you your wrong!! and as far as compensation goes he didnt report the story for that he wanted to make people aware of what they were eating!!!! considering how many elders go to that cafe who are ill and children not knowing whats in there food would make them 10 times worse. and your all angry and annoyed over this horse meat scandal which cant be seen while your eating but my husband finds something that shouldnt be in his food and your all slating him for it. im sure if the shoe was on the other foot you would all be quick enough to pick up the phone so dont be so quick to judge me and mine have a nice day!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ![/p][/quote]I can only guess that tammyh1 is too busy reproducing to learn grammar and punctuation. rlewis
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10:36pm Thu 28 Mar 13

Llanmartinangel says...

regaturn wrote:
I've known this bloke for a long time,I strongly suspect that the maggot has contributed more to society than this guy.
That has a ring of truth about it.
[quote][p][bold]regaturn[/bold] wrote: I've known this bloke for a long time,I strongly suspect that the maggot has contributed more to society than this guy.[/p][/quote]That has a ring of truth about it. Llanmartinangel
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11:40pm Thu 28 Mar 13

Caerleonroad says...

The story has all the ingredients of making it onto an episode of the Jeremy Kyle show. He says nine she says not obviously calls for a lie-detector test or DNA test.
The story has all the ingredients of making it onto an episode of the Jeremy Kyle show. He says nine she says not obviously calls for a lie-detector test or DNA test. Caerleonroad
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12:41am Fri 29 Mar 13

welsh + crazy says...

Comical spelling Tammy h1 sums everything up , If you can't take the heat ???? Get outta that kitchen
Comical spelling Tammy h1 sums everything up , If you can't take the heat ???? Get outta that kitchen welsh + crazy
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2:10am Fri 29 Mar 13

Xoxo says...

Personally i wuldnt be surprised if a maggott was found in his food. The Gwent doesnt hav a very good rep for cleaniness etc (tv documentrary most deffo showed how dirty etc the gwent was/is). Weather the maggott was put there by this person or weather it did come out on the plate with the food im glad that theres going to be an investigation into it cause at least then the gwent will get a shake up on their hygine, cleaniness etc i personally think it could do with. I can remember a saying i heard wen i was a kid:- u go into hospital feeling ill expect to get better but end up catching god knows what while ur in there & be lucky if u didnt leave there in a box. So i want to say thank u to Wayne (hopefully the gwent will get a good clean now) also congrates to ur wife and urself on the birth of ur baby. (Dont let all the negative comments get u down, forget about them and enjoy the precious time u have wiv ur new born baby cause they dnt stay babies for long). Happy cleaning to all the domestic staff at the Royal Gwent Hospital!
Personally i wuldnt be surprised if a maggott was found in his food. The Gwent doesnt hav a very good rep for cleaniness etc (tv documentrary most deffo showed how dirty etc the gwent was/is). Weather the maggott was put there by this person or weather it did come out on the plate with the food im glad that theres going to be an investigation into it cause at least then the gwent will get a shake up on their hygine, cleaniness etc i personally think it could do with. I can remember a saying i heard wen i was a kid:- u go into hospital feeling ill expect to get better but end up catching god knows what while ur in there & be lucky if u didnt leave there in a box. So i want to say thank u to Wayne (hopefully the gwent will get a good clean now) also congrates to ur wife and urself on the birth of ur baby. (Dont let all the negative comments get u down, forget about them and enjoy the precious time u have wiv ur new born baby cause they dnt stay babies for long). Happy cleaning to all the domestic staff at the Royal Gwent Hospital! Xoxo
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2:25am Fri 29 Mar 13

Xoxo says...

http://news.bbc.co.u
k/1/hi/wales/south_e
ast/7429389.stm
http://news.bbc.co.u k/1/hi/wales/south_e ast/7429389.stm Xoxo
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7:42am Fri 29 Mar 13

Llanmartinangel says...

spanner100 wrote:
I sincerely hope that the Authorities concerned do NOT "spew up" any loot to this person. I also trust that the offending?? Maggot has been reprimanded.
The Maggot got community service and asked to pay a £25 victim surcharge.
[quote][p][bold]spanner100[/bold] wrote: I sincerely hope that the Authorities concerned do NOT "spew up" any loot to this person. I also trust that the offending?? Maggot has been reprimanded.[/p][/quote]The Maggot got community service and asked to pay a £25 victim surcharge. Llanmartinangel
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9:30am Fri 29 Mar 13

Jack Land says...

there's
reason
weren't
backlash
didn't
their food
themselves
doesn't
anyone
one
interested
lives
that's

Suggest that if you want your strongly worded letter to the Argus or anyone else to be taken seriously, you sort out your grammar, punctuation and spelling? The above is the corrected mistakes from one post. You're not setting a particularly good example to your nine children!
there's reason weren't backlash didn't their food themselves doesn't anyone one interested lives that's Suggest that if you want your strongly worded letter to the Argus or anyone else to be taken seriously, you sort out your grammar, punctuation and spelling? The above is the corrected mistakes from one post. You're not setting a particularly good example to your nine children! Jack Land
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9:51am Fri 29 Mar 13

Dudgie86 says...

Jack Land wrote:
there's
reason
weren't
backlash
didn't
their food
themselves
doesn't
anyone
one
interested
lives
that's

Suggest that if you want your strongly worded letter to the Argus or anyone else to be taken seriously, you sort out your grammar, punctuation and spelling? The above is the corrected mistakes from one post. You're not setting a particularly good example to your nine children!
And if you learnt to read properly she's clearly stated on more than one occasion that she doesn't have nine children. Bit rude insulting someone who's only defending her husband and why exactly have you taken it upon yourself to be an English tutor?
[quote][p][bold]Jack Land[/bold] wrote: there's reason weren't backlash didn't their food themselves doesn't anyone one interested lives that's Suggest that if you want your strongly worded letter to the Argus or anyone else to be taken seriously, you sort out your grammar, punctuation and spelling? The above is the corrected mistakes from one post. You're not setting a particularly good example to your nine children![/p][/quote]And if you learnt to read properly she's clearly stated on more than one occasion that she doesn't have nine children. Bit rude insulting someone who's only defending her husband and why exactly have you taken it upon yourself to be an English tutor? Dudgie86
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11:38am Fri 29 Mar 13

welshflinty says...

From one maggot to another.He's the bigger maggot feeding off the state.
From one maggot to another.He's the bigger maggot feeding off the state. welshflinty
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12:38pm Fri 29 Mar 13

Mervyn James says...

Take care Guys, you may get tagged as daily Mail readers..... or closet Tories.... (I suspect most are that ignorant and hateful anyway). No-one guilty unless proven otherwise, seems to have been removed from the Constitution of Law.... I fail to see why an issue with food escalated to character assassination... When we had horsemeat in our food (Now cat, dog etc), everyone attacked the food providers, only here do we attack the people who have it put on their plate !

You need to get out more folks....
Take care Guys, you may get tagged as daily Mail readers..... or closet Tories.... (I suspect most are that ignorant and hateful anyway). No-one guilty unless proven otherwise, seems to have been removed from the Constitution of Law.... I fail to see why an issue with food escalated to character assassination... When we had horsemeat in our food (Now cat, dog etc), everyone attacked the food providers, only here do we attack the people who have it put on their plate ! You need to get out more folks.... Mervyn James
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12:39pm Fri 29 Mar 13

brainfreeze says...

"rushing to the toilet"

From a maggot? Just another compo chaser. Get a job
"rushing to the toilet" From a maggot? Just another compo chaser. Get a job brainfreeze
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2:17pm Fri 29 Mar 13

NakedDancer says...

Xoxo wrote:
Personally i wuldnt be surprised if a maggott was found in his food. The Gwent doesnt hav a very good rep for cleaniness etc (tv documentrary most deffo showed how dirty etc the gwent was/is). Weather the maggott was put there by this person or weather it did come out on the plate with the food im glad that theres going to be an investigation into it cause at least then the gwent will get a shake up on their hygine, cleaniness etc i personally think it could do with. I can remember a saying i heard wen i was a kid:- u go into hospital feeling ill expect to get better but end up catching god knows what while ur in there & be lucky if u didnt leave there in a box. So i want to say thank u to Wayne (hopefully the gwent will get a good clean now) also congrates to ur wife and urself on the birth of ur baby. (Dont let all the negative comments get u down, forget about them and enjoy the precious time u have wiv ur new born baby cause they dnt stay babies for long). Happy cleaning to all the domestic staff at the Royal Gwent Hospital!
What language is this ? txt ? or is it a windup ?
[quote][p][bold]Xoxo[/bold] wrote: Personally i wuldnt be surprised if a maggott was found in his food. The Gwent doesnt hav a very good rep for cleaniness etc (tv documentrary most deffo showed how dirty etc the gwent was/is). Weather the maggott was put there by this person or weather it did come out on the plate with the food im glad that theres going to be an investigation into it cause at least then the gwent will get a shake up on their hygine, cleaniness etc i personally think it could do with. I can remember a saying i heard wen i was a kid:- u go into hospital feeling ill expect to get better but end up catching god knows what while ur in there & be lucky if u didnt leave there in a box. So i want to say thank u to Wayne (hopefully the gwent will get a good clean now) also congrates to ur wife and urself on the birth of ur baby. (Dont let all the negative comments get u down, forget about them and enjoy the precious time u have wiv ur new born baby cause they dnt stay babies for long). Happy cleaning to all the domestic staff at the Royal Gwent Hospital![/p][/quote]What language is this ? txt ? or is it a windup ? NakedDancer
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2:32pm Fri 29 Mar 13

regaturn says...

I forgot to ask, how is the maggot after meeting one of the Foster Wells?
I forgot to ask, how is the maggot after meeting one of the Foster Wells? regaturn
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2:43pm Fri 29 Mar 13

Dudgie86 says...

NakedDancer wrote:
Xoxo wrote:
Personally i wuldnt be surprised if a maggott was found in his food. The Gwent doesnt hav a very good rep for cleaniness etc (tv documentrary most deffo showed how dirty etc the gwent was/is). Weather the maggott was put there by this person or weather it did come out on the plate with the food im glad that theres going to be an investigation into it cause at least then the gwent will get a shake up on their hygine, cleaniness etc i personally think it could do with. I can remember a saying i heard wen i was a kid:- u go into hospital feeling ill expect to get better but end up catching god knows what while ur in there & be lucky if u didnt leave there in a box. So i want to say thank u to Wayne (hopefully the gwent will get a good clean now) also congrates to ur wife and urself on the birth of ur baby. (Dont let all the negative comments get u down, forget about them and enjoy the precious time u have wiv ur new born baby cause they dnt stay babies for long). Happy cleaning to all the domestic staff at the Royal Gwent Hospital!
What language is this ? txt ? or is it a windup ?
Yet another English tutor I'm guessing. Or yet another case of people missing the point of a story and people like you starting over people's education. Be proud of yourself.
[quote][p][bold]NakedDancer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Xoxo[/bold] wrote: Personally i wuldnt be surprised if a maggott was found in his food. The Gwent doesnt hav a very good rep for cleaniness etc (tv documentrary most deffo showed how dirty etc the gwent was/is). Weather the maggott was put there by this person or weather it did come out on the plate with the food im glad that theres going to be an investigation into it cause at least then the gwent will get a shake up on their hygine, cleaniness etc i personally think it could do with. I can remember a saying i heard wen i was a kid:- u go into hospital feeling ill expect to get better but end up catching god knows what while ur in there & be lucky if u didnt leave there in a box. So i want to say thank u to Wayne (hopefully the gwent will get a good clean now) also congrates to ur wife and urself on the birth of ur baby. (Dont let all the negative comments get u down, forget about them and enjoy the precious time u have wiv ur new born baby cause they dnt stay babies for long). Happy cleaning to all the domestic staff at the Royal Gwent Hospital![/p][/quote]What language is this ? txt ? or is it a windup ?[/p][/quote]Yet another English tutor I'm guessing. Or yet another case of people missing the point of a story and people like you starting over people's education. Be proud of yourself. Dudgie86
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3:42pm Fri 29 Mar 13

SteveD says...

That looks more like a mealworm than a maggot. The grub doesn't look like it has suffered exposure to heat (which it would have been if simmered with the tomatoes).

Without wanting to criticise those involved the story does seem more suspect than believable.
That looks more like a mealworm than a maggot. The grub doesn't look like it has suffered exposure to heat (which it would have been if simmered with the tomatoes). Without wanting to criticise those involved the story does seem more suspect than believable. SteveD
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4:17pm Fri 29 Mar 13

J.Griffiths says...

A lot of fishermen hold maggots under their tongues to keep them warm and active so I highly doubt that maggot exposure would hurt a human. But if a maggot that had been recently wriggling around in rotting food (as they do) and had then been sitting around in a room temperature tin of tomatoes then it could well have carried bacteria that bred in the sauce and would cause a reaction but if the tomatoes were heated up (properly) any germs would have been killed off anyway.

The simple fact is finding ANYTHING in your food that's not on the ingredients list is just not on and a matter for the EHA but it's more likely that the little hitch hiker found it's way into the tin where it was produced and not the fault of the hospital or kitchen staff.

As for the RGH's cleanliness, it's not fair to blame the staff, it's the budgets that prevent them from hiring the best cleaners or enough staff. If you want to gripe about it, have a word with Mr Clegg and moan to everyone who voted the Tories into power in the 1st place!

Oh and when I complained last year about a hospital policy I was contacted back very quickly by both letter and e.mail, it doesn't take "months" to sort out a complaint at all.

I'm the 1st to gripe about that hospital and am often appalled by what I see going on there but the simple fact is the staff are not to blame and their hands are tied in being able to do a dam thing about it :-(
A lot of fishermen hold maggots under their tongues to keep them warm and active so I highly doubt that maggot exposure would hurt a human. But if a maggot that had been recently wriggling around in rotting food (as they do) and had then been sitting around in a room temperature tin of tomatoes then it could well have carried bacteria that bred in the sauce and would cause a reaction but if the tomatoes were heated up (properly) any germs would have been killed off anyway. The simple fact is finding ANYTHING in your food that's not on the ingredients list is just not on and a matter for the EHA but it's more likely that the little hitch hiker found it's way into the tin where it was produced and not the fault of the hospital or kitchen staff. As for the RGH's cleanliness, it's not fair to blame the staff, it's the budgets that prevent them from hiring the best cleaners or enough staff. If you want to gripe about it, have a word with Mr Clegg and moan to everyone who voted the Tories into power in the 1st place! Oh and when I complained last year about a hospital policy I was contacted back very quickly by both letter and e.mail, it doesn't take "months" to sort out a complaint at all. I'm the 1st to gripe about that hospital and am often appalled by what I see going on there but the simple fact is the staff are not to blame and their hands are tied in being able to do a dam thing about it :-( J.Griffiths
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5:00pm Fri 29 Mar 13

the_witty_welshman says...

Si it is agreed. you do not have 9 kids?
So please tell us how many lovely wonderful children you do have?
You also argue the case about being unemployed? and not knowing the reasons? then why not say why you are both unemployed. maybe there is a really good reason. you are trying to argue your case, but don't seem to want to defend it with evidence. e,g you were working until 3mnths ago when the company went bust. you were diagnosed with a life threatening illness and can no longer work? until given the all clear.
Or
I have x y z amount of kids and it doesn't pay me to work,. or ??? you fill in the spaces?
Si it is agreed. you do not have 9 kids? So please tell us how many lovely wonderful children you do have? You also argue the case about being unemployed? and not knowing the reasons? then why not say why you are both unemployed. maybe there is a really good reason. you are trying to argue your case, but don't seem to want to defend it with evidence. e,g you were working until 3mnths ago when the company went bust. you were diagnosed with a life threatening illness and can no longer work? until given the all clear. Or I have x y z amount of kids and it doesn't pay me to work,. or ??? you fill in the spaces? the_witty_welshman
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5:41pm Fri 29 Mar 13

NakedDancer says...

Dudgie86 wrote:
NakedDancer wrote:
Xoxo wrote:
Personally i wuldnt be surprised if a maggott was found in his food. The Gwent doesnt hav a very good rep for cleaniness etc (tv documentrary most deffo showed how dirty etc the gwent was/is). Weather the maggott was put there by this person or weather it did come out on the plate with the food im glad that theres going to be an investigation into it cause at least then the gwent will get a shake up on their hygine, cleaniness etc i personally think it could do with. I can remember a saying i heard wen i was a kid:- u go into hospital feeling ill expect to get better but end up catching god knows what while ur in there & be lucky if u didnt leave there in a box. So i want to say thank u to Wayne (hopefully the gwent will get a good clean now) also congrates to ur wife and urself on the birth of ur baby. (Dont let all the negative comments get u down, forget about them and enjoy the precious time u have wiv ur new born baby cause they dnt stay babies for long). Happy cleaning to all the domestic staff at the Royal Gwent Hospital!
What language is this ? txt ? or is it a windup ?
Yet another English tutor I'm guessing. Or yet another case of people missing the point of a story and people like you starting over people's education. Be proud of yourself.
You are the one making assumptions about people's education. I think this is just lazy txt speak. I haven't missed the point of the story as I commented earlier if you are interested.
[quote][p][bold]Dudgie86[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]NakedDancer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Xoxo[/bold] wrote: Personally i wuldnt be surprised if a maggott was found in his food. The Gwent doesnt hav a very good rep for cleaniness etc (tv documentrary most deffo showed how dirty etc the gwent was/is). Weather the maggott was put there by this person or weather it did come out on the plate with the food im glad that theres going to be an investigation into it cause at least then the gwent will get a shake up on their hygine, cleaniness etc i personally think it could do with. I can remember a saying i heard wen i was a kid:- u go into hospital feeling ill expect to get better but end up catching god knows what while ur in there & be lucky if u didnt leave there in a box. So i want to say thank u to Wayne (hopefully the gwent will get a good clean now) also congrates to ur wife and urself on the birth of ur baby. (Dont let all the negative comments get u down, forget about them and enjoy the precious time u have wiv ur new born baby cause they dnt stay babies for long). Happy cleaning to all the domestic staff at the Royal Gwent Hospital![/p][/quote]What language is this ? txt ? or is it a windup ?[/p][/quote]Yet another English tutor I'm guessing. Or yet another case of people missing the point of a story and people like you starting over people's education. Be proud of yourself.[/p][/quote]You are the one making assumptions about people's education. I think this is just lazy txt speak. I haven't missed the point of the story as I commented earlier if you are interested. NakedDancer
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6:36pm Fri 29 Mar 13

Dudgie86 says...

NakedDancer wrote:
Dudgie86 wrote:
NakedDancer wrote:
Xoxo wrote:
Personally i wuldnt be surprised if a maggott was found in his food. The Gwent doesnt hav a very good rep for cleaniness etc (tv documentrary most deffo showed how dirty etc the gwent was/is). Weather the maggott was put there by this person or weather it did come out on the plate with the food im glad that theres going to be an investigation into it cause at least then the gwent will get a shake up on their hygine, cleaniness etc i personally think it could do with. I can remember a saying i heard wen i was a kid:- u go into hospital feeling ill expect to get better but end up catching god knows what while ur in there & be lucky if u didnt leave there in a box. So i want to say thank u to Wayne (hopefully the gwent will get a good clean now) also congrates to ur wife and urself on the birth of ur baby. (Dont let all the negative comments get u down, forget about them and enjoy the precious time u have wiv ur new born baby cause they dnt stay babies for long). Happy cleaning to all the domestic staff at the Royal Gwent Hospital!
What language is this ? txt ? or is it a windup ?
Yet another English tutor I'm guessing. Or yet another case of people missing the point of a story and people like you starting over people's education. Be proud of yourself.
You are the one making assumptions about people's education. I think this is just lazy txt speak. I haven't missed the point of the story as I commented earlier if you are interested.
How is the point of the story correcting someone's grammar then? Lazy TEXT it may be but that is how that person chose to express their views in whichever way they choose to write it.
[quote][p][bold]NakedDancer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dudgie86[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]NakedDancer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Xoxo[/bold] wrote: Personally i wuldnt be surprised if a maggott was found in his food. The Gwent doesnt hav a very good rep for cleaniness etc (tv documentrary most deffo showed how dirty etc the gwent was/is). Weather the maggott was put there by this person or weather it did come out on the plate with the food im glad that theres going to be an investigation into it cause at least then the gwent will get a shake up on their hygine, cleaniness etc i personally think it could do with. I can remember a saying i heard wen i was a kid:- u go into hospital feeling ill expect to get better but end up catching god knows what while ur in there & be lucky if u didnt leave there in a box. So i want to say thank u to Wayne (hopefully the gwent will get a good clean now) also congrates to ur wife and urself on the birth of ur baby. (Dont let all the negative comments get u down, forget about them and enjoy the precious time u have wiv ur new born baby cause they dnt stay babies for long). Happy cleaning to all the domestic staff at the Royal Gwent Hospital![/p][/quote]What language is this ? txt ? or is it a windup ?[/p][/quote]Yet another English tutor I'm guessing. Or yet another case of people missing the point of a story and people like you starting over people's education. Be proud of yourself.[/p][/quote]You are the one making assumptions about people's education. I think this is just lazy txt speak. I haven't missed the point of the story as I commented earlier if you are interested.[/p][/quote]How is the point of the story correcting someone's grammar then? Lazy TEXT it may be but that is how that person chose to express their views in whichever way they choose to write it. Dudgie86
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6:46pm Fri 29 Mar 13

Llanmartinangel says...

J.Griffiths wrote:
A lot of fishermen hold maggots under their tongues to keep them warm and active so I highly doubt that maggot exposure would hurt a human. But if a maggot that had been recently wriggling around in rotting food (as they do) and had then been sitting around in a room temperature tin of tomatoes then it could well have carried bacteria that bred in the sauce and would cause a reaction but if the tomatoes were heated up (properly) any germs would have been killed off anyway.

The simple fact is finding ANYTHING in your food that's not on the ingredients list is just not on and a matter for the EHA but it's more likely that the little hitch hiker found it's way into the tin where it was produced and not the fault of the hospital or kitchen staff.

As for the RGH's cleanliness, it's not fair to blame the staff, it's the budgets that prevent them from hiring the best cleaners or enough staff. If you want to gripe about it, have a word with Mr Clegg and moan to everyone who voted the Tories into power in the 1st place!

Oh and when I complained last year about a hospital policy I was contacted back very quickly by both letter and e.mail, it doesn't take "months" to sort out a complaint at all.

I'm the 1st to gripe about that hospital and am often appalled by what I see going on there but the simple fact is the staff are not to blame and their hands are tied in being able to do a dam thing about it :-(
As for the RGH's cleanliness, it's not fair to blame the staff, it's the budgets that prevent them from hiring the best cleaners or enough staff. If you want to gripe about it, have a word with Mr Clegg and moan to everyone who voted the Tories into power in the 1st place!

I think you'll find the Royal Gwent is WAG's responsibility, not Westminster's. And if WAG have £52 Million held back to buy a dead airport then it's them that are starving the Welsh NHS of cash. Right?
[quote][p][bold]J.Griffiths[/bold] wrote: A lot of fishermen hold maggots under their tongues to keep them warm and active so I highly doubt that maggot exposure would hurt a human. But if a maggot that had been recently wriggling around in rotting food (as they do) and had then been sitting around in a room temperature tin of tomatoes then it could well have carried bacteria that bred in the sauce and would cause a reaction but if the tomatoes were heated up (properly) any germs would have been killed off anyway. The simple fact is finding ANYTHING in your food that's not on the ingredients list is just not on and a matter for the EHA but it's more likely that the little hitch hiker found it's way into the tin where it was produced and not the fault of the hospital or kitchen staff. As for the RGH's cleanliness, it's not fair to blame the staff, it's the budgets that prevent them from hiring the best cleaners or enough staff. If you want to gripe about it, have a word with Mr Clegg and moan to everyone who voted the Tories into power in the 1st place! Oh and when I complained last year about a hospital policy I was contacted back very quickly by both letter and e.mail, it doesn't take "months" to sort out a complaint at all. I'm the 1st to gripe about that hospital and am often appalled by what I see going on there but the simple fact is the staff are not to blame and their hands are tied in being able to do a dam thing about it :-([/p][/quote]As for the RGH's cleanliness, it's not fair to blame the staff, it's the budgets that prevent them from hiring the best cleaners or enough staff. If you want to gripe about it, have a word with Mr Clegg and moan to everyone who voted the Tories into power in the 1st place! I think you'll find the Royal Gwent is WAG's responsibility, not Westminster's. And if WAG have £52 Million held back to buy a dead airport then it's them that are starving the Welsh NHS of cash. Right? Llanmartinangel
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8:56pm Fri 29 Mar 13

philgwent says...

Don't know how the wife had time to put a comment on here thought she would be too busy copulating.
Typical of todays spongers through and through he can get off his backside to make x amounts of kids but work that's another thing. No wonder this country is in a mess, have this pair never heard of condoms or is the family allowance more important.
Don't know how the wife had time to put a comment on here thought she would be too busy copulating. Typical of todays spongers through and through he can get off his backside to make x amounts of kids but work that's another thing. No wonder this country is in a mess, have this pair never heard of condoms or is the family allowance more important. philgwent
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9:11pm Fri 29 Mar 13

gingertom says...

Such negativity towards this family on here is a disgrace.

I hope the baby gets well soon.

Just remember folks if you haven't anything nice to say then don't say anything at all.
Such negativity towards this family on here is a disgrace. I hope the baby gets well soon. Just remember folks if you haven't anything nice to say then don't say anything at all. gingertom
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9:26pm Fri 29 Mar 13

emlynkide says...

just some points, the maggot came out of tin, so don't blame staff, and will someone tell me how many children are there, and i cant wait for the next episode .
just some points, the maggot came out of tin, so don't blame staff, and will someone tell me how many children are there, and i cant wait for the next episode . emlynkide
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11:40pm Fri 29 Mar 13

emmaw86 says...

Why did the writer of the article feel the need to state he's unemployed or the father of 9 (or however many) kids, its completely irrelevant to the story. If those statements had been omitted I wonder if there'd still be 50+ comments casting aspersions on his story, and questioning the character of him and his family? This is worse than the Daily Mail!
Why did the writer of the article feel the need to state he's unemployed or the father of 9 (or however many) kids, its completely irrelevant to the story. If those statements had been omitted I wonder if there'd still be 50+ comments casting aspersions on his story, and questioning the character of him and his family? This is worse than the Daily Mail! emmaw86
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12:42am Sat 30 Mar 13

Xoxo says...

Dudgie86 wrote:
NakedDancer wrote:
Dudgie86 wrote:
NakedDancer wrote:
Xoxo wrote:
Personally i wuldnt be surprised if a maggott was found in his food. The Gwent doesnt hav a very good rep for cleaniness etc (tv documentrary most deffo showed how dirty etc the gwent was/is). Weather the maggott was put there by this person or weather it did come out on the plate with the food im glad that theres going to be an investigation into it cause at least then the gwent will get a shake up on their hygine, cleaniness etc i personally think it could do with. I can remember a saying i heard wen i was a kid:- u go into hospital feeling ill expect to get better but end up catching god knows what while ur in there & be lucky if u didnt leave there in a box. So i want to say thank u to Wayne (hopefully the gwent will get a good clean now) also congrates to ur wife and urself on the birth of ur baby. (Dont let all the negative comments get u down, forget about them and enjoy the precious time u have wiv ur new born baby cause they dnt stay babies for long). Happy cleaning to all the domestic staff at the Royal Gwent Hospital!
What language is this ? txt ? or is it a windup ?
Yet another English tutor I'm guessing. Or yet another case of people missing the point of a story and people like you starting over people's education. Be proud of yourself.
You are the one making assumptions about people's education. I think this is just lazy txt speak. I haven't missed the point of the story as I commented earlier if you are interested.
How is the point of the story correcting someone's grammar then? Lazy TEXT it may be but that is how that person chose to express their views in whichever way they choose to write it.
Sorry for my comment is written, i am not an English teacher lol. To be honest with you i wrote the comment after a few too many glasses of wine. Ooopppssss. Thank u everyone for ur comments on my post they deffo made me giggle.
[quote][p][bold]Dudgie86[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]NakedDancer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dudgie86[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]NakedDancer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Xoxo[/bold] wrote: Personally i wuldnt be surprised if a maggott was found in his food. The Gwent doesnt hav a very good rep for cleaniness etc (tv documentrary most deffo showed how dirty etc the gwent was/is). Weather the maggott was put there by this person or weather it did come out on the plate with the food im glad that theres going to be an investigation into it cause at least then the gwent will get a shake up on their hygine, cleaniness etc i personally think it could do with. I can remember a saying i heard wen i was a kid:- u go into hospital feeling ill expect to get better but end up catching god knows what while ur in there & be lucky if u didnt leave there in a box. So i want to say thank u to Wayne (hopefully the gwent will get a good clean now) also congrates to ur wife and urself on the birth of ur baby. (Dont let all the negative comments get u down, forget about them and enjoy the precious time u have wiv ur new born baby cause they dnt stay babies for long). Happy cleaning to all the domestic staff at the Royal Gwent Hospital![/p][/quote]What language is this ? txt ? or is it a windup ?[/p][/quote]Yet another English tutor I'm guessing. Or yet another case of people missing the point of a story and people like you starting over people's education. Be proud of yourself.[/p][/quote]You are the one making assumptions about people's education. I think this is just lazy txt speak. I haven't missed the point of the story as I commented earlier if you are interested.[/p][/quote]How is the point of the story correcting someone's grammar then? Lazy TEXT it may be but that is how that person chose to express their views in whichever way they choose to write it.[/p][/quote]Sorry for my comment is written, i am not an English teacher lol. To be honest with you i wrote the comment after a few too many glasses of wine. Ooopppssss. Thank u everyone for ur comments on my post they deffo made me giggle. Xoxo
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4:16am Sat 30 Mar 13

n51w03 says...

Aye, definitely a mealworm, the maggot was the one taking the photograph :-)
Aye, definitely a mealworm, the maggot was the one taking the photograph :-) n51w03
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11:08am Sat 30 Mar 13

siameselady says...

That is not a maggot, it's a mealworm. My daughter buys them in the pet shop to feed to her geckos. You can also buy them dried in Supermarkets as bird food.
That is not a maggot, it's a mealworm. My daughter buys them in the pet shop to feed to her geckos. You can also buy them dried in Supermarkets as bird food. siameselady
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12:38pm Sat 30 Mar 13

NakedDancer says...

Dudgie86 wrote:
NakedDancer wrote:
Dudgie86 wrote:
NakedDancer wrote:
Xoxo wrote:
Personally i wuldnt be surprised if a maggott was found in his food. The Gwent doesnt hav a very good rep for cleaniness etc (tv documentrary most deffo showed how dirty etc the gwent was/is). Weather the maggott was put there by this person or weather it did come out on the plate with the food im glad that theres going to be an investigation into it cause at least then the gwent will get a shake up on their hygine, cleaniness etc i personally think it could do with. I can remember a saying i heard wen i was a kid:- u go into hospital feeling ill expect to get better but end up catching god knows what while ur in there & be lucky if u didnt leave there in a box. So i want to say thank u to Wayne (hopefully the gwent will get a good clean now) also congrates to ur wife and urself on the birth of ur baby. (Dont let all the negative comments get u down, forget about them and enjoy the precious time u have wiv ur new born baby cause they dnt stay babies for long). Happy cleaning to all the domestic staff at the Royal Gwent Hospital!
What language is this ? txt ? or is it a windup ?
Yet another English tutor I'm guessing. Or yet another case of people missing the point of a story and people like you starting over people's education. Be proud of yourself.
You are the one making assumptions about people's education. I think this is just lazy txt speak. I haven't missed the point of the story as I commented earlier if you are interested.
How is the point of the story correcting someone's grammar then? Lazy TEXT it may be but that is how that person chose to express their views in whichever way they choose to write it.
ow is ur pont corectin my pint, nyfing 2 doo wiv d storey?. U ned 2 tak a chil pil.
[quote][p][bold]Dudgie86[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]NakedDancer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dudgie86[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]NakedDancer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Xoxo[/bold] wrote: Personally i wuldnt be surprised if a maggott was found in his food. The Gwent doesnt hav a very good rep for cleaniness etc (tv documentrary most deffo showed how dirty etc the gwent was/is). Weather the maggott was put there by this person or weather it did come out on the plate with the food im glad that theres going to be an investigation into it cause at least then the gwent will get a shake up on their hygine, cleaniness etc i personally think it could do with. I can remember a saying i heard wen i was a kid:- u go into hospital feeling ill expect to get better but end up catching god knows what while ur in there & be lucky if u didnt leave there in a box. So i want to say thank u to Wayne (hopefully the gwent will get a good clean now) also congrates to ur wife and urself on the birth of ur baby. (Dont let all the negative comments get u down, forget about them and enjoy the precious time u have wiv ur new born baby cause they dnt stay babies for long). Happy cleaning to all the domestic staff at the Royal Gwent Hospital![/p][/quote]What language is this ? txt ? or is it a windup ?[/p][/quote]Yet another English tutor I'm guessing. Or yet another case of people missing the point of a story and people like you starting over people's education. Be proud of yourself.[/p][/quote]You are the one making assumptions about people's education. I think this is just lazy txt speak. I haven't missed the point of the story as I commented earlier if you are interested.[/p][/quote]How is the point of the story correcting someone's grammar then? Lazy TEXT it may be but that is how that person chose to express their views in whichever way they choose to write it.[/p][/quote]ow is ur pont corectin my pint, nyfing 2 doo wiv d storey?. U ned 2 tak a chil pil. NakedDancer
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8:43pm Sat 30 Mar 13

Howie' says...

Llanmartinangel wrote:
J.Griffiths wrote:
A lot of fishermen hold maggots under their tongues to keep them warm and active so I highly doubt that maggot exposure would hurt a human. But if a maggot that had been recently wriggling around in rotting food (as they do) and had then been sitting around in a room temperature tin of tomatoes then it could well have carried bacteria that bred in the sauce and would cause a reaction but if the tomatoes were heated up (properly) any germs would have been killed off anyway.

The simple fact is finding ANYTHING in your food that's not on the ingredients list is just not on and a matter for the EHA but it's more likely that the little hitch hiker found it's way into the tin where it was produced and not the fault of the hospital or kitchen staff.

As for the RGH's cleanliness, it's not fair to blame the staff, it's the budgets that prevent them from hiring the best cleaners or enough staff. If you want to gripe about it, have a word with Mr Clegg and moan to everyone who voted the Tories into power in the 1st place!

Oh and when I complained last year about a hospital policy I was contacted back very quickly by both letter and e.mail, it doesn't take "months" to sort out a complaint at all.

I'm the 1st to gripe about that hospital and am often appalled by what I see going on there but the simple fact is the staff are not to blame and their hands are tied in being able to do a dam thing about it :-(
As for the RGH's cleanliness, it's not fair to blame the staff, it's the budgets that prevent them from hiring the best cleaners or enough staff. If you want to gripe about it, have a word with Mr Clegg and moan to everyone who voted the Tories into power in the 1st place!

I think you'll find the Royal Gwent is WAG's responsibility, not Westminster's. And if WAG have £52 Million held back to buy a dead airport then it's them that are starving the Welsh NHS of cash. Right?
'If you want to gripe about it, have a word with Mr Clegg and moan to everyone who voted the Tories into power in the 1st place!'

I'm speechless Martin, agog actually, just as I thought I had all my ducks lined up as far as your politics were concerned you come along and machine gun them.

Closet Commie perchance? lol
[quote][p][bold]Llanmartinangel[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J.Griffiths[/bold] wrote: A lot of fishermen hold maggots under their tongues to keep them warm and active so I highly doubt that maggot exposure would hurt a human. But if a maggot that had been recently wriggling around in rotting food (as they do) and had then been sitting around in a room temperature tin of tomatoes then it could well have carried bacteria that bred in the sauce and would cause a reaction but if the tomatoes were heated up (properly) any germs would have been killed off anyway. The simple fact is finding ANYTHING in your food that's not on the ingredients list is just not on and a matter for the EHA but it's more likely that the little hitch hiker found it's way into the tin where it was produced and not the fault of the hospital or kitchen staff. As for the RGH's cleanliness, it's not fair to blame the staff, it's the budgets that prevent them from hiring the best cleaners or enough staff. If you want to gripe about it, have a word with Mr Clegg and moan to everyone who voted the Tories into power in the 1st place! Oh and when I complained last year about a hospital policy I was contacted back very quickly by both letter and e.mail, it doesn't take "months" to sort out a complaint at all. I'm the 1st to gripe about that hospital and am often appalled by what I see going on there but the simple fact is the staff are not to blame and their hands are tied in being able to do a dam thing about it :-([/p][/quote]As for the RGH's cleanliness, it's not fair to blame the staff, it's the budgets that prevent them from hiring the best cleaners or enough staff. If you want to gripe about it, have a word with Mr Clegg and moan to everyone who voted the Tories into power in the 1st place! I think you'll find the Royal Gwent is WAG's responsibility, not Westminster's. And if WAG have £52 Million held back to buy a dead airport then it's them that are starving the Welsh NHS of cash. Right?[/p][/quote]'If you want to gripe about it, have a word with Mr Clegg and moan to everyone who voted the Tories into power in the 1st place!' I'm speechless Martin, agog actually, just as I thought I had all my ducks lined up as far as your politics were concerned you come along and machine gun them. Closet Commie perchance? lol Howie'
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9:42pm Sat 30 Mar 13

Dudgie86 says...

NakedDancer wrote:
Dudgie86 wrote:
NakedDancer wrote:
Dudgie86 wrote:
NakedDancer wrote:
Xoxo wrote:
Personally i wuldnt be surprised if a maggott was found in his food. The Gwent doesnt hav a very good rep for cleaniness etc (tv documentrary most deffo showed how dirty etc the gwent was/is). Weather the maggott was put there by this person or weather it did come out on the plate with the food im glad that theres going to be an investigation into it cause at least then the gwent will get a shake up on their hygine, cleaniness etc i personally think it could do with. I can remember a saying i heard wen i was a kid:- u go into hospital feeling ill expect to get better but end up catching god knows what while ur in there & be lucky if u didnt leave there in a box. So i want to say thank u to Wayne (hopefully the gwent will get a good clean now) also congrates to ur wife and urself on the birth of ur baby. (Dont let all the negative comments get u down, forget about them and enjoy the precious time u have wiv ur new born baby cause they dnt stay babies for long). Happy cleaning to all the domestic staff at the Royal Gwent Hospital!
What language is this ? txt ? or is it a windup ?
Yet another English tutor I'm guessing. Or yet another case of people missing the point of a story and people like you starting over people's education. Be proud of yourself.
You are the one making assumptions about people's education. I think this is just lazy txt speak. I haven't missed the point of the story as I commented earlier if you are interested.
How is the point of the story correcting someone's grammar then? Lazy TEXT it may be but that is how that person chose to express their views in whichever way they choose to write it.
ow is ur pont corectin my pint, nyfing 2 doo wiv d storey?. U ned 2 tak a chil pil.
Comedian
[quote][p][bold]NakedDancer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dudgie86[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]NakedDancer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dudgie86[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]NakedDancer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Xoxo[/bold] wrote: Personally i wuldnt be surprised if a maggott was found in his food. The Gwent doesnt hav a very good rep for cleaniness etc (tv documentrary most deffo showed how dirty etc the gwent was/is). Weather the maggott was put there by this person or weather it did come out on the plate with the food im glad that theres going to be an investigation into it cause at least then the gwent will get a shake up on their hygine, cleaniness etc i personally think it could do with. I can remember a saying i heard wen i was a kid:- u go into hospital feeling ill expect to get better but end up catching god knows what while ur in there & be lucky if u didnt leave there in a box. So i want to say thank u to Wayne (hopefully the gwent will get a good clean now) also congrates to ur wife and urself on the birth of ur baby. (Dont let all the negative comments get u down, forget about them and enjoy the precious time u have wiv ur new born baby cause they dnt stay babies for long). Happy cleaning to all the domestic staff at the Royal Gwent Hospital![/p][/quote]What language is this ? txt ? or is it a windup ?[/p][/quote]Yet another English tutor I'm guessing. Or yet another case of people missing the point of a story and people like you starting over people's education. Be proud of yourself.[/p][/quote]You are the one making assumptions about people's education. I think this is just lazy txt speak. I haven't missed the point of the story as I commented earlier if you are interested.[/p][/quote]How is the point of the story correcting someone's grammar then? Lazy TEXT it may be but that is how that person chose to express their views in whichever way they choose to write it.[/p][/quote]ow is ur pont corectin my pint, nyfing 2 doo wiv d storey?. U ned 2 tak a chil pil.[/p][/quote]Comedian Dudgie86
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4:29pm Sun 31 Mar 13

taffymark says...

Thing is, if there were more maggots he could have took all the kids fishing!
Thing is, if there were more maggots he could have took all the kids fishing! taffymark
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5:42pm Sun 31 Mar 13

gordelpus says...

Planting a maggot/mealworm in your food for compo...poor form. Having approximately 9 kids paid for by us...a bit off. Awful spelling and grammer... a total disgrace. Welcome to Newport City have a nice day. Hope the baby gets well soon by the way.
Planting a maggot/mealworm in your food for compo...poor form. Having approximately 9 kids paid for by us...a bit off. Awful spelling and grammer... a total disgrace. Welcome to Newport City have a nice day. Hope the baby gets well soon by the way. gordelpus
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5:45pm Sun 31 Mar 13

nodnyl says...

must be a meal worm----it was in one !
must be a meal worm----it was in one ! nodnyl
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10:22pm Sun 31 Mar 13

Llanmartinangel says...

Howie' wrote:
Llanmartinangel wrote:
J.Griffiths wrote:
A lot of fishermen hold maggots under their tongues to keep them warm and active so I highly doubt that maggot exposure would hurt a human. But if a maggot that had been recently wriggling around in rotting food (as they do) and had then been sitting around in a room temperature tin of tomatoes then it could well have carried bacteria that bred in the sauce and would cause a reaction but if the tomatoes were heated up (properly) any germs would have been killed off anyway.

The simple fact is finding ANYTHING in your food that's not on the ingredients list is just not on and a matter for the EHA but it's more likely that the little hitch hiker found it's way into the tin where it was produced and not the fault of the hospital or kitchen staff.

As for the RGH's cleanliness, it's not fair to blame the staff, it's the budgets that prevent them from hiring the best cleaners or enough staff. If you want to gripe about it, have a word with Mr Clegg and moan to everyone who voted the Tories into power in the 1st place!

Oh and when I complained last year about a hospital policy I was contacted back very quickly by both letter and e.mail, it doesn't take "months" to sort out a complaint at all.

I'm the 1st to gripe about that hospital and am often appalled by what I see going on there but the simple fact is the staff are not to blame and their hands are tied in being able to do a dam thing about it :-(
As for the RGH's cleanliness, it's not fair to blame the staff, it's the budgets that prevent them from hiring the best cleaners or enough staff. If you want to gripe about it, have a word with Mr Clegg and moan to everyone who voted the Tories into power in the 1st place!

I think you'll find the Royal Gwent is WAG's responsibility, not Westminster's. And if WAG have £52 Million held back to buy a dead airport then it's them that are starving the Welsh NHS of cash. Right?
'If you want to gripe about it, have a word with Mr Clegg and moan to everyone who voted the Tories into power in the 1st place!'

I'm speechless Martin, agog actually, just as I thought I had all my ducks lined up as far as your politics were concerned you come along and machine gun them.

Closet Commie perchance? lol
Sorry to disappoint Howie. The first para of my post is a cut and paste of someone I'm quoting. Nothing to do with the Tories, Lib Dems or anyone in Westminster. Starving the Welsh NHS cash is the sole blame of Labour in WAG. They had £52 million back to buy CW Airport.
[quote][p][bold]Howie'[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Llanmartinangel[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J.Griffiths[/bold] wrote: A lot of fishermen hold maggots under their tongues to keep them warm and active so I highly doubt that maggot exposure would hurt a human. But if a maggot that had been recently wriggling around in rotting food (as they do) and had then been sitting around in a room temperature tin of tomatoes then it could well have carried bacteria that bred in the sauce and would cause a reaction but if the tomatoes were heated up (properly) any germs would have been killed off anyway. The simple fact is finding ANYTHING in your food that's not on the ingredients list is just not on and a matter for the EHA but it's more likely that the little hitch hiker found it's way into the tin where it was produced and not the fault of the hospital or kitchen staff. As for the RGH's cleanliness, it's not fair to blame the staff, it's the budgets that prevent them from hiring the best cleaners or enough staff. If you want to gripe about it, have a word with Mr Clegg and moan to everyone who voted the Tories into power in the 1st place! Oh and when I complained last year about a hospital policy I was contacted back very quickly by both letter and e.mail, it doesn't take "months" to sort out a complaint at all. I'm the 1st to gripe about that hospital and am often appalled by what I see going on there but the simple fact is the staff are not to blame and their hands are tied in being able to do a dam thing about it :-([/p][/quote]As for the RGH's cleanliness, it's not fair to blame the staff, it's the budgets that prevent them from hiring the best cleaners or enough staff. If you want to gripe about it, have a word with Mr Clegg and moan to everyone who voted the Tories into power in the 1st place! I think you'll find the Royal Gwent is WAG's responsibility, not Westminster's. And if WAG have £52 Million held back to buy a dead airport then it's them that are starving the Welsh NHS of cash. Right?[/p][/quote]'If you want to gripe about it, have a word with Mr Clegg and moan to everyone who voted the Tories into power in the 1st place!' I'm speechless Martin, agog actually, just as I thought I had all my ducks lined up as far as your politics were concerned you come along and machine gun them. Closet Commie perchance? lol[/p][/quote]Sorry to disappoint Howie. The first para of my post is a cut and paste of someone I'm quoting. Nothing to do with the Tories, Lib Dems or anyone in Westminster. Starving the Welsh NHS cash is the sole blame of Labour in WAG. They had £52 million back to buy CW Airport. Llanmartinangel
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12:58am Mon 1 Apr 13

Howie' says...

Llanmartinangel wrote:
Howie' wrote:
Llanmartinangel wrote:
J.Griffiths wrote:
A lot of fishermen hold maggots under their tongues to keep them warm and active so I highly doubt that maggot exposure would hurt a human. But if a maggot that had been recently wriggling around in rotting food (as they do) and had then been sitting around in a room temperature tin of tomatoes then it could well have carried bacteria that bred in the sauce and would cause a reaction but if the tomatoes were heated up (properly) any germs would have been killed off anyway.

The simple fact is finding ANYTHING in your food that's not on the ingredients list is just not on and a matter for the EHA but it's more likely that the little hitch hiker found it's way into the tin where it was produced and not the fault of the hospital or kitchen staff.

As for the RGH's cleanliness, it's not fair to blame the staff, it's the budgets that prevent them from hiring the best cleaners or enough staff. If you want to gripe about it, have a word with Mr Clegg and moan to everyone who voted the Tories into power in the 1st place!

Oh and when I complained last year about a hospital policy I was contacted back very quickly by both letter and e.mail, it doesn't take "months" to sort out a complaint at all.

I'm the 1st to gripe about that hospital and am often appalled by what I see going on there but the simple fact is the staff are not to blame and their hands are tied in being able to do a dam thing about it :-(
As for the RGH's cleanliness, it's not fair to blame the staff, it's the budgets that prevent them from hiring the best cleaners or enough staff. If you want to gripe about it, have a word with Mr Clegg and moan to everyone who voted the Tories into power in the 1st place!

I think you'll find the Royal Gwent is WAG's responsibility, not Westminster's. And if WAG have £52 Million held back to buy a dead airport then it's them that are starving the Welsh NHS of cash. Right?
'If you want to gripe about it, have a word with Mr Clegg and moan to everyone who voted the Tories into power in the 1st place!'

I'm speechless Martin, agog actually, just as I thought I had all my ducks lined up as far as your politics were concerned you come along and machine gun them.

Closet Commie perchance? lol
Sorry to disappoint Howie. The first para of my post is a cut and paste of someone I'm quoting. Nothing to do with the Tories, Lib Dems or anyone in Westminster. Starving the Welsh NHS cash is the sole blame of Labour in WAG. They had £52 million back to buy CW Airport.
That's Ok then, normal service resumes!
[quote][p][bold]Llanmartinangel[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Howie'[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Llanmartinangel[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J.Griffiths[/bold] wrote: A lot of fishermen hold maggots under their tongues to keep them warm and active so I highly doubt that maggot exposure would hurt a human. But if a maggot that had been recently wriggling around in rotting food (as they do) and had then been sitting around in a room temperature tin of tomatoes then it could well have carried bacteria that bred in the sauce and would cause a reaction but if the tomatoes were heated up (properly) any germs would have been killed off anyway. The simple fact is finding ANYTHING in your food that's not on the ingredients list is just not on and a matter for the EHA but it's more likely that the little hitch hiker found it's way into the tin where it was produced and not the fault of the hospital or kitchen staff. As for the RGH's cleanliness, it's not fair to blame the staff, it's the budgets that prevent them from hiring the best cleaners or enough staff. If you want to gripe about it, have a word with Mr Clegg and moan to everyone who voted the Tories into power in the 1st place! Oh and when I complained last year about a hospital policy I was contacted back very quickly by both letter and e.mail, it doesn't take "months" to sort out a complaint at all. I'm the 1st to gripe about that hospital and am often appalled by what I see going on there but the simple fact is the staff are not to blame and their hands are tied in being able to do a dam thing about it :-([/p][/quote]As for the RGH's cleanliness, it's not fair to blame the staff, it's the budgets that prevent them from hiring the best cleaners or enough staff. If you want to gripe about it, have a word with Mr Clegg and moan to everyone who voted the Tories into power in the 1st place! I think you'll find the Royal Gwent is WAG's responsibility, not Westminster's. And if WAG have £52 Million held back to buy a dead airport then it's them that are starving the Welsh NHS of cash. Right?[/p][/quote]'If you want to gripe about it, have a word with Mr Clegg and moan to everyone who voted the Tories into power in the 1st place!' I'm speechless Martin, agog actually, just as I thought I had all my ducks lined up as far as your politics were concerned you come along and machine gun them. Closet Commie perchance? lol[/p][/quote]Sorry to disappoint Howie. The first para of my post is a cut and paste of someone I'm quoting. Nothing to do with the Tories, Lib Dems or anyone in Westminster. Starving the Welsh NHS cash is the sole blame of Labour in WAG. They had £52 million back to buy CW Airport.[/p][/quote]That's Ok then, normal service resumes! Howie'
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11:11am Mon 1 Apr 13

welshbear2013 says...

The forensic team agreed it was dead and had overdosed on tin tomato juice. They informed the local pet shop and the next of kin have been informed. They also thanked the person who found the deceased, cases of this nature rarely get solved, because people don't report them. It's nice to know there are people out there who care. They make it all worth while. CSI
The forensic team agreed it was dead and had overdosed on tin tomato juice. They informed the local pet shop and the next of kin have been informed. They also thanked the person who found the deceased, cases of this nature rarely get solved, because people don't report them. It's nice to know there are people out there who care. They make it all worth while. CSI welshbear2013
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11:11am Mon 1 Apr 13

Llanmartinangel says...

Howie' wrote:
Llanmartinangel wrote:
Howie' wrote:
Llanmartinangel wrote:
J.Griffiths wrote:
A lot of fishermen hold maggots under their tongues to keep them warm and active so I highly doubt that maggot exposure would hurt a human. But if a maggot that had been recently wriggling around in rotting food (as they do) and had then been sitting around in a room temperature tin of tomatoes then it could well have carried bacteria that bred in the sauce and would cause a reaction but if the tomatoes were heated up (properly) any germs would have been killed off anyway.

The simple fact is finding ANYTHING in your food that's not on the ingredients list is just not on and a matter for the EHA but it's more likely that the little hitch hiker found it's way into the tin where it was produced and not the fault of the hospital or kitchen staff.

As for the RGH's cleanliness, it's not fair to blame the staff, it's the budgets that prevent them from hiring the best cleaners or enough staff. If you want to gripe about it, have a word with Mr Clegg and moan to everyone who voted the Tories into power in the 1st place!

Oh and when I complained last year about a hospital policy I was contacted back very quickly by both letter and e.mail, it doesn't take "months" to sort out a complaint at all.

I'm the 1st to gripe about that hospital and am often appalled by what I see going on there but the simple fact is the staff are not to blame and their hands are tied in being able to do a dam thing about it :-(
As for the RGH's cleanliness, it's not fair to blame the staff, it's the budgets that prevent them from hiring the best cleaners or enough staff. If you want to gripe about it, have a word with Mr Clegg and moan to everyone who voted the Tories into power in the 1st place!

I think you'll find the Royal Gwent is WAG's responsibility, not Westminster's. And if WAG have £52 Million held back to buy a dead airport then it's them that are starving the Welsh NHS of cash. Right?
'If you want to gripe about it, have a word with Mr Clegg and moan to everyone who voted the Tories into power in the 1st place!'

I'm speechless Martin, agog actually, just as I thought I had all my ducks lined up as far as your politics were concerned you come along and machine gun them.

Closet Commie perchance? lol
Sorry to disappoint Howie. The first para of my post is a cut and paste of someone I'm quoting. Nothing to do with the Tories, Lib Dems or anyone in Westminster. Starving the Welsh NHS cash is the sole blame of Labour in WAG. They had £52 million back to buy CW Airport.
That's Ok then, normal service resumes!
Yep. Ghengis Khan and Atilla the Hun still have me carrying on in their memory.
[quote][p][bold]Howie'[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Llanmartinangel[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Howie'[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Llanmartinangel[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J.Griffiths[/bold] wrote: A lot of fishermen hold maggots under their tongues to keep them warm and active so I highly doubt that maggot exposure would hurt a human. But if a maggot that had been recently wriggling around in rotting food (as they do) and had then been sitting around in a room temperature tin of tomatoes then it could well have carried bacteria that bred in the sauce and would cause a reaction but if the tomatoes were heated up (properly) any germs would have been killed off anyway. The simple fact is finding ANYTHING in your food that's not on the ingredients list is just not on and a matter for the EHA but it's more likely that the little hitch hiker found it's way into the tin where it was produced and not the fault of the hospital or kitchen staff. As for the RGH's cleanliness, it's not fair to blame the staff, it's the budgets that prevent them from hiring the best cleaners or enough staff. If you want to gripe about it, have a word with Mr Clegg and moan to everyone who voted the Tories into power in the 1st place! Oh and when I complained last year about a hospital policy I was contacted back very quickly by both letter and e.mail, it doesn't take "months" to sort out a complaint at all. I'm the 1st to gripe about that hospital and am often appalled by what I see going on there but the simple fact is the staff are not to blame and their hands are tied in being able to do a dam thing about it :-([/p][/quote]As for the RGH's cleanliness, it's not fair to blame the staff, it's the budgets that prevent them from hiring the best cleaners or enough staff. If you want to gripe about it, have a word with Mr Clegg and moan to everyone who voted the Tories into power in the 1st place! I think you'll find the Royal Gwent is WAG's responsibility, not Westminster's. And if WAG have £52 Million held back to buy a dead airport then it's them that are starving the Welsh NHS of cash. Right?[/p][/quote]'If you want to gripe about it, have a word with Mr Clegg and moan to everyone who voted the Tories into power in the 1st place!' I'm speechless Martin, agog actually, just as I thought I had all my ducks lined up as far as your politics were concerned you come along and machine gun them. Closet Commie perchance? lol[/p][/quote]Sorry to disappoint Howie. The first para of my post is a cut and paste of someone I'm quoting. Nothing to do with the Tories, Lib Dems or anyone in Westminster. Starving the Welsh NHS cash is the sole blame of Labour in WAG. They had £52 million back to buy CW Airport.[/p][/quote]That's Ok then, normal service resumes![/p][/quote]Yep. Ghengis Khan and Atilla the Hun still have me carrying on in their memory. Llanmartinangel
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2:12pm Mon 1 Apr 13

delta1968 says...

have we established how many children there are, i need to know how much more i need to work this week to feed them and their parents.
also the royal gwent is a good hospital, the people who work there spend a long time cleaning, nursing, listening ect, how many children have eaten a worm or maggot in their own gardens a toddlers, a lot of them i suspect.maybe the person who found the maggot could offer his services to clean the hospital as a volunteer, thus stopping it from happening again.
have we established how many children there are, i need to know how much more i need to work this week to feed them and their parents. also the royal gwent is a good hospital, the people who work there spend a long time cleaning, nursing, listening ect, how many children have eaten a worm or maggot in their own gardens a toddlers, a lot of them i suspect.maybe the person who found the maggot could offer his services to clean the hospital as a volunteer, thus stopping it from happening again. delta1968
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2:30pm Mon 1 Apr 13

Howie' says...

Llanmartinangel wrote:
Howie' wrote:
Llanmartinangel wrote:
Howie' wrote:
Llanmartinangel wrote:
J.Griffiths wrote:
A lot of fishermen hold maggots under their tongues to keep them warm and active so I highly doubt that maggot exposure would hurt a human. But if a maggot that had been recently wriggling around in rotting food (as they do) and had then been sitting around in a room temperature tin of tomatoes then it could well have carried bacteria that bred in the sauce and would cause a reaction but if the tomatoes were heated up (properly) any germs would have been killed off anyway.

The simple fact is finding ANYTHING in your food that's not on the ingredients list is just not on and a matter for the EHA but it's more likely that the little hitch hiker found it's way into the tin where it was produced and not the fault of the hospital or kitchen staff.

As for the RGH's cleanliness, it's not fair to blame the staff, it's the budgets that prevent them from hiring the best cleaners or enough staff. If you want to gripe about it, have a word with Mr Clegg and moan to everyone who voted the Tories into power in the 1st place!

Oh and when I complained last year about a hospital policy I was contacted back very quickly by both letter and e.mail, it doesn't take "months" to sort out a complaint at all.

I'm the 1st to gripe about that hospital and am often appalled by what I see going on there but the simple fact is the staff are not to blame and their hands are tied in being able to do a dam thing about it :-(
As for the RGH's cleanliness, it's not fair to blame the staff, it's the budgets that prevent them from hiring the best cleaners or enough staff. If you want to gripe about it, have a word with Mr Clegg and moan to everyone who voted the Tories into power in the 1st place!

I think you'll find the Royal Gwent is WAG's responsibility, not Westminster's. And if WAG have £52 Million held back to buy a dead airport then it's them that are starving the Welsh NHS of cash. Right?
'If you want to gripe about it, have a word with Mr Clegg and moan to everyone who voted the Tories into power in the 1st place!'

I'm speechless Martin, agog actually, just as I thought I had all my ducks lined up as far as your politics were concerned you come along and machine gun them.

Closet Commie perchance? lol
Sorry to disappoint Howie. The first para of my post is a cut and paste of someone I'm quoting. Nothing to do with the Tories, Lib Dems or anyone in Westminster. Starving the Welsh NHS cash is the sole blame of Labour in WAG. They had £52 million back to buy CW Airport.
That's Ok then, normal service resumes!
Yep. Ghengis Khan and Atilla the Hun still have me carrying on in their memory.
'Yep. Ghengis Khan and Atilla the Hun still have me carrying on in their memory'.

And may I be the first to congratulate you on doing an excellent job, Martin. I'm sure they would both be very proud of you.
[quote][p][bold]Llanmartinangel[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Howie'[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Llanmartinangel[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Howie'[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Llanmartinangel[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J.Griffiths[/bold] wrote: A lot of fishermen hold maggots under their tongues to keep them warm and active so I highly doubt that maggot exposure would hurt a human. But if a maggot that had been recently wriggling around in rotting food (as they do) and had then been sitting around in a room temperature tin of tomatoes then it could well have carried bacteria that bred in the sauce and would cause a reaction but if the tomatoes were heated up (properly) any germs would have been killed off anyway. The simple fact is finding ANYTHING in your food that's not on the ingredients list is just not on and a matter for the EHA but it's more likely that the little hitch hiker found it's way into the tin where it was produced and not the fault of the hospital or kitchen staff. As for the RGH's cleanliness, it's not fair to blame the staff, it's the budgets that prevent them from hiring the best cleaners or enough staff. If you want to gripe about it, have a word with Mr Clegg and moan to everyone who voted the Tories into power in the 1st place! Oh and when I complained last year about a hospital policy I was contacted back very quickly by both letter and e.mail, it doesn't take "months" to sort out a complaint at all. I'm the 1st to gripe about that hospital and am often appalled by what I see going on there but the simple fact is the staff are not to blame and their hands are tied in being able to do a dam thing about it :-([/p][/quote]As for the RGH's cleanliness, it's not fair to blame the staff, it's the budgets that prevent them from hiring the best cleaners or enough staff. If you want to gripe about it, have a word with Mr Clegg and moan to everyone who voted the Tories into power in the 1st place! I think you'll find the Royal Gwent is WAG's responsibility, not Westminster's. And if WAG have £52 Million held back to buy a dead airport then it's them that are starving the Welsh NHS of cash. Right?[/p][/quote]'If you want to gripe about it, have a word with Mr Clegg and moan to everyone who voted the Tories into power in the 1st place!' I'm speechless Martin, agog actually, just as I thought I had all my ducks lined up as far as your politics were concerned you come along and machine gun them. Closet Commie perchance? lol[/p][/quote]Sorry to disappoint Howie. The first para of my post is a cut and paste of someone I'm quoting. Nothing to do with the Tories, Lib Dems or anyone in Westminster. Starving the Welsh NHS cash is the sole blame of Labour in WAG. They had £52 million back to buy CW Airport.[/p][/quote]That's Ok then, normal service resumes![/p][/quote]Yep. Ghengis Khan and Atilla the Hun still have me carrying on in their memory.[/p][/quote]'Yep. Ghengis Khan and Atilla the Hun still have me carrying on in their memory'. And may I be the first to congratulate you on doing an excellent job, Martin. I'm sure they would both be very proud of you. Howie'
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2:43pm Mon 1 Apr 13

tammyh1 says...

just to please you all we have 5 children. he has been unemployed for less than 3 months. which in actual fact really is not none of any of your buisness. so do not worry you will not have to work that hard for me to take your so called taxes, as it seems you have alot of time to spend on here that you do not work that much any way.as for my spelling well well well...... is that really something to go on about? so on you go now to pick on some one else about there story as the topic on this story has changed so many times seems your all just bored. for others who congratulated me on the birth of my son thank you very much,he is on the mend xx
just to please you all we have 5 children. he has been unemployed for less than 3 months. which in actual fact really is not none of any of your buisness. so do not worry you will not have to work that hard for me to take your so called taxes, as it seems you have alot of time to spend on here that you do not work that much any way.as for my spelling well well well...... is that really something to go on about? so on you go now to pick on some one else about there story as the topic on this story has changed so many times seems your all just bored. for others who congratulated me on the birth of my son thank you very much,he is on the mend xx tammyh1
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3:39pm Mon 1 Apr 13

numba1reader says...

tammyh, congratulatons and all the best with your precious little one. i cannot believe all the stick towards this family when there private life has nothing what so ever to do with all the people that are on here giving all the crap. SHOULD'NT YOU BE IN WORK? all they have done is make true fact that the RGH is DIRTY AND A MESS. tammyh thank you for letting me and all the other people that are thankful that the RGH is a mess. i for one do not like maggots and most def NOT IN MY FOOD. TOTALLY DISGUSTING.
tammyh, congratulatons and all the best with your precious little one. i cannot believe all the stick towards this family when there private life has nothing what so ever to do with all the people that are on here giving all the crap. SHOULD'NT YOU BE IN WORK? all they have done is make true fact that the RGH is DIRTY AND A MESS. tammyh thank you for letting me and all the other people that are thankful that the RGH is a mess. i for one do not like maggots and most def NOT IN MY FOOD. TOTALLY DISGUSTING. numba1reader
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3:50pm Mon 1 Apr 13

Anne teak says...

If poor grammar and having children stopped people telling the truth.....it would be very easy to arrest criminals.

As it is, nobody sees to know how this maggot got into the food.


And this is the Aneurin Bevan Health Board..... What are the chances of its officers ever admitting a mistake?
If poor grammar and having children stopped people telling the truth.....it would be very easy to arrest criminals. As it is, nobody sees to know how this maggot got into the food. And this is the Aneurin Bevan Health Board..... What are the chances of its officers ever admitting a mistake? Anne teak
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7:18pm Mon 1 Apr 13

regaturn says...

delta1968 wrote:
have we established how many children there are, i need to know how much more i need to work this week to feed them and their parents.
also the royal gwent is a good hospital, the people who work there spend a long time cleaning, nursing, listening ect, how many children have eaten a worm or maggot in their own gardens a toddlers, a lot of them i suspect.maybe the person who found the maggot could offer his services to clean the hospital as a volunteer, thus stopping it from happening again.
Great idea,but I don't think this guy has ever done a honest days work in his life
[quote][p][bold]delta1968[/bold] wrote: have we established how many children there are, i need to know how much more i need to work this week to feed them and their parents. also the royal gwent is a good hospital, the people who work there spend a long time cleaning, nursing, listening ect, how many children have eaten a worm or maggot in their own gardens a toddlers, a lot of them i suspect.maybe the person who found the maggot could offer his services to clean the hospital as a volunteer, thus stopping it from happening again.[/p][/quote]Great idea,but I don't think this guy has ever done a honest days work in his life regaturn
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8:01pm Mon 1 Apr 13

tammyh1 says...

"regaturn" you seem to mention and act like you know my husband? well how about you use your real name so we can see if we know you!
"regaturn" you seem to mention and act like you know my husband? well how about you use your real name so we can see if we know you! tammyh1
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10:45am Wed 3 Apr 13

jimmytheone2 says...

brainfreeze wrote:
"rushing to the toilet"

From a maggot? Just another compo chaser. Get a job
You have an apt name. Sums you up perfectly.
[quote][p][bold]brainfreeze[/bold] wrote: "rushing to the toilet" From a maggot? Just another compo chaser. Get a job[/p][/quote]You have an apt name. Sums you up perfectly. jimmytheone2
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11:24am Wed 3 Apr 13

Gareth says...

Such a character assassination. Disgusting. These are real people with real emotions and feelings. Imagine if it were your mum, dad, son or daughter being torn apart on here for no reason whatsoever?

Forget shops, politicians immigrants, toll roads and whatever else we blame for the state of our city and our lives: THIS is the reason we are in such a mess; the way so many of us take such joy publically humiliating our neighbours and treating them with such contempt.

Shameful. Totally shameful.
Such a character assassination. Disgusting. These are real people with real emotions and feelings. Imagine if it were your mum, dad, son or daughter being torn apart on here for no reason whatsoever? Forget shops, politicians immigrants, toll roads and whatever else we blame for the state of our city and our lives: THIS is the reason we are in such a mess; the way so many of us take such joy publically humiliating our neighbours and treating them with such contempt. Shameful. Totally shameful. Gareth
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2:30pm Wed 3 Apr 13

Kelly23 says...

Tammy u dnt no me but congratulations on ur lil boy, hope he gets better soon, I no wat it's like when my ill lil girl had to stay in And you got all dis happening too it's so sad i had to sign up to comment ,for ppl commenting nasty things grow up !! When I had my lil girl Dwn the RGH my partner said the cafe wasn't clean ?
Tammy u dnt no me but congratulations on ur lil boy, hope he gets better soon, I no wat it's like when my ill lil girl had to stay in And you got all dis happening too it's so sad i had to sign up to comment ,for ppl commenting nasty things grow up !! When I had my lil girl Dwn the RGH my partner said the cafe wasn't clean ? Kelly23
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3:35pm Wed 3 Apr 13

rlewis says...

I am beginning to wonder if I'm reading a script from The Jeremy Kyle show.
I am beginning to wonder if I'm reading a script from The Jeremy Kyle show. rlewis
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4:29pm Wed 3 Apr 13

tammyh1 says...

kelly23 and gareth. i would like to thank you both for your comments as it seem only certain decent people have the respect for others. as when i was younger i got told to speak and treat others how i wanted to be treated but it seem that with most people on here that aint the case. but once again thank you
kelly23 and gareth. i would like to thank you both for your comments as it seem only certain decent people have the respect for others. as when i was younger i got told to speak and treat others how i wanted to be treated but it seem that with most people on here that aint the case. but once again thank you tammyh1
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6:53pm Wed 3 Apr 13

newport12123 says...

all these comments and NOT 1 person has any concern for the poor maggot/meal worm.......who it was,how old it was and where did he/she live....ect???? Nobody has even thought of how this poor maggot/meal worms family are feeling right now. word to the maggot/meal worms
watch out when mr foster-wells is about.......your not safe....!!!! only use well lit routes at night and try not to travel alone.....safety in numbers is my advice you must not let this man win.
all these comments and NOT 1 person has any concern for the poor maggot/meal worm.......who it was,how old it was and where did he/she live....ect???? Nobody has even thought of how this poor maggot/meal worms family are feeling right now. word to the maggot/meal worms watch out when mr foster-wells is about.......your not safe....!!!! only use well lit routes at night and try not to travel alone.....safety in numbers is my advice you must not let this man win. newport12123
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8:56pm Wed 3 Apr 13

Kelly23 says...

That true Tammy treat people how you want to be treated take care x
That true Tammy treat people how you want to be treated take care x Kelly23
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3:41pm Thu 4 Apr 13

sweetiepie says...

County wrote:
He would be called Wayne and he would be from Bettws wouldn't he? This has so many clichés in one story I'm thinking it's a slightly early April Fool.
Woah! Don't tar all Bettws residents with the same brush!

I do agree with the majority here though, you should have expected the response to such a "story".

I have eaten in the restaurant often with my children, most recently last week (chicken curry & rice come to think of it) - and have never had any complaints. The food is lovely, the staff are lovely.

And I highly doubt that a little maggot / mealworm like that would have you running to the toilet with a bad stomach - maybe put you off your food and enough to stop you eating there or that meal again, but not anything else!

Hope your little one is ok though :)
[quote][p][bold]County[/bold] wrote: He would be called Wayne and he would be from Bettws wouldn't he? This has so many clichés in one story I'm thinking it's a slightly early April Fool.[/p][/quote]Woah! Don't tar all Bettws residents with the same brush! I do agree with the majority here though, you should have expected the response to such a "story". I have eaten in the restaurant often with my children, most recently last week (chicken curry & rice come to think of it) - and have never had any complaints. The food is lovely, the staff are lovely. And I highly doubt that a little maggot / mealworm like that would have you running to the toilet with a bad stomach - maybe put you off your food and enough to stop you eating there or that meal again, but not anything else! Hope your little one is ok though :) sweetiepie
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4:22am Tue 9 Apr 13

runwellian says...

tammyh1 wrote:
i aint asked you all to comment on my live you have taken it upon yourself to. i only reported it to make people aware what if some one did eat it. who knows what would of happened.
Looks like you need some lessons in the writing English!

The more you respond the more attention seeking you appear to be!
[quote][p][bold]tammyh1[/bold] wrote: i aint asked you all to comment on my live you have taken it upon yourself to. i only reported it to make people aware what if some one did eat it. who knows what would of happened.[/p][/quote]Looks like you need some lessons in the writing English! The more you respond the more attention seeking you appear to be! runwellian
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8:55am Tue 9 Apr 13

Gareth says...

runwellian wrote:
tammyh1 wrote:
i aint asked you all to comment on my live you have taken it upon yourself to. i only reported it to make people aware what if some one did eat it. who knows what would of happened.
Looks like you need some lessons in the writing English!

The more you respond the more attention seeking you appear to be!
Absolutely right. Those of us with a greater understanding of grammar and punctuation have a duty to educate and inspire others to raise their metaphorical game.

With that in mind, I'm sure you meant to post either:

"The more you respond, the more of an attention-seeker you appear to be!"

or

"The more you respond, the more attention you appear to be seeking!"

I know. I know. No thanks needed. As I said, it's our duty to raise standards. Keep up the good work.
[quote][p][bold]runwellian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tammyh1[/bold] wrote: i aint asked you all to comment on my live you have taken it upon yourself to. i only reported it to make people aware what if some one did eat it. who knows what would of happened.[/p][/quote]Looks like you need some lessons in the writing English! The more you respond the more attention seeking you appear to be![/p][/quote]Absolutely right. Those of us with a greater understanding of grammar and punctuation have a duty to educate and inspire others to raise their metaphorical game. With that in mind, I'm sure you meant to post either: "The more you respond, the more of an attention-seeker you appear to be!" or "The more you respond, the more attention you appear to be seeking!" I know. I know. No thanks needed. As I said, it's our duty to raise standards. Keep up the good work. Gareth
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