Monday, April 15, 2024

Haloute: People in viral video not employees of Chefette


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Managing Director of Chefette Ryan Haloute, says that the man who was wearing a Cheffete branded shirt and seen engaging in sexual acts publicly with a woman in a widely circulated video on social media is not an employee of the fast-food chain.

“The persons in the video circulating on social media are not employed by or associated with our Chefette group of companies and we strongly do not condone these behaviours,” he told Nation News.

He added: “Chefette is a local brand that focuses on promoting a positive & family environment for all persons to enjoy.”

The video gained much traction on social media with many querying whether the man was an employee of the company. (AL)


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