Could The Country’s Rancid Food REALLY Be Sent To Military Barracks?
Our Morale Agents have noticed that there has been a lot of ‘chatter’ recently on various Military pages and forums on social media about just how bad the food is that is often served up in mess halls around the country.
Based on this information, one of our undercover morale operatives was sent to a local Perfect Fried Chicken ‘food outlet’ (they cannot be called a ‘restaurant’) in order to see where all of their food waste ends up.
Our undercover morale operative confirmed that, once the bins were full of discarded and rotten chicken (as well as manky chips), a white rusty transit van arrived and was seen to load the rank food into the back.
Our undercover morale operative then approached the driver of the van and asked him where the food was being taken to.
The driver of the white rusty transit van confirmed our fears.
He told our agent that the food was going to be served up in mess halls around the country the following day and that this was a common practice and had been going on for some time.
Our morale agent then had to withdraw from the scene, owing to the putrid stench that was being emitted by the food.
Our Chief Morale Officer said:
“What is happening, is clearly shocking.
“Here we have some of the countries bravest men and women, who could be called upon at any time to fight in a war waged by politicians, and we can’t even give them some decent scoff/scran.
“We feel that it is the duty of the Ministry of Morale to approach some top chefs, such as Ronald McDonald and ‘the Colonel’ and ask them to step in.
“Our armed forces should be fighting fit and not fighting the s**ts”.
The Ministry of Morale is committed to try and increase the morale of all citizens both inside and outside of the public sector, from all over the world.
If you have experienced a sudden and unexpected drop in morale, for whatever reason, and you would like to make us aware of what has happened, then you are encouraged to make a short video of the ‘morale failure’ and send it into us via our facebook page (see below).
The video might then be shared with the general public in order to bring awareness to the issue that has led to the morale failure.