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"The name of the eatery on the outskirts of Birmingham's forested suburbs said it all. We went inside hoping to find dead flies, mouse droppings and cockroaches." (Fixer)

“The name of the eatery on the outskirts of Birmingham’s forested suburbs said it all. We went inside hoping to find dead flies, mouse droppings and cockroaches.” (Fixer)

Strong arm men who threaten people who owe their bosses money have a new method of intimidation. They send them a delivery from a dirty take-away restaurant.

In most cases the aim is to intimidate rather than permanently main or kill. Otherwise how would they repay what they owe?

Using a third-party company like a take-away means they cannot be traced and, for the price of a dodgy curry, the job gets done.

One fixer who wished to remain anonymous due to his embarrassing nickname said: “There are so many filthy food places these days. We drive around and make a note of the really bad ones.

“When the boss wants us to ‘send a message’ to someone we just ring up one of the take-aways and get an order delivered. No one turns down a free meal.

“At best you can guarantee they get the runs and sometimes it lays them up for days. A good ‘fix’, I’d say.”

One such recipient, Joe (not his real name) said: “I know I was a bit behind, like, but Christ, giving a guy salmonella is a bit much, innit?

“I mean, I can take a beating with the best of them but that bloody curry laid me up for a week. It ain’t right I tell ya. Underhand is what it is.”

The boss the fixer worked for declined to be interviewed but sent a comment made from cut-out newspaper headlines. “Took me all day to do that,” said the fixer proudly.

“Like any company, we move with the times. As technology improves, we use that technology to streamline our business.

“As food hygiene standards fall, we use that to enhance our business methods, too. We are a modern, equal opportunity company and believe even dirty restaurants have something to offer our customers. Usually it’s food poisoning.”

Ref: BBC News Trust ‘undermined’ by food delivery firms over hygiene


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