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Texas Prison Accidentally Serves Pet Food to Inmates

Texas Prison Accidentally Serves Pet Food to Inmates


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In a story layered with disturbing information, some prisoners in Texas made the horrifying discovery that the prison actually did, indeed, serve them pet food.

The unfortunate mealtime mix-up started with John Soules Foods, the Tyler, Texas company which failed to indicate that their boxes of “beef trimmings” were in fact intended as pet food.

The mislabeled boxes made their way down the meat broker grapevine and were ultimately sold to the Federal Bureau of Prisons to serve as jail food.

Inmates probably lower their food standards significantly, so we’re guessing the meal tasted extraordinarily gross if it garnered enough complaints to launch a federal investigation.

The investigation lasted three years. Now, prisoners finally know for certain what they ate on that fateful day back in 2006.

The company is paying $392,000 to settle the case, so hopefully they will now be able to return to producing their specialty product: fajita meat.

John Soules Foods, “America’s Leading Fajita Brand,” normally only sells quality fajita meat to restaurants, supermarkets, and food service distributors. This “pet food” fiasco only occurred when they couldn’t get some meat to freeze properly — so it's not like you should worry about every fajita you ever eat from now on, or anything.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office confirms that there is no cause for further concern, assuring us that “there is no evidence that anyone who consumed any of the ‘beef trimmings’ product suffered any ill effects.’”

Thankfully, prison food has generally proven to be pretty decent, all things considered — some say it's even better than school food.


You Can Eat in a Prison Cell at This Jail-Themed Restaurant

We know of the restaurant in a Milan, Italy, prison staffed by inmates, but this is the first we are hearing of a prison-themed restaurant where you can pretend to be eat like an inmate for fun. Central Jail Restaurant in the Jayanagar neighborhood in Bangalore, India, has booths in chained-up jail cells, guns hanging from the ceiling, “Most Wanted” posters plastered on the walls, and a prison-uniform-clad mannequin at the entrance that welcomes guests to jail.

Servers are dressed like either fellow prisoners or guards and — as reviews state — diners are told that their tables are housed in exact replicas of real jail cells. The cuisine itself (thankfully) does not replicate actual prison food and instead offers a multi-ethnic mixture of Asian dishes, including Chinese, Thai, and Indian.

Central Jail Restaurant just opened this past fall and has thus far gotten mixed reviews. Most inmates — err, customers — approve of the theming but say that the food and service could be improved.

It’s definitely not the strangest themed restaurant we’ve heard of — we’ve seen some truly questionable dining experiences. Check out these 9 Unusual Theme Restaurants.


You Can Eat in a Prison Cell at This Jail-Themed Restaurant

We know of the restaurant in a Milan, Italy, prison staffed by inmates, but this is the first we are hearing of a prison-themed restaurant where you can pretend to be eat like an inmate for fun. Central Jail Restaurant in the Jayanagar neighborhood in Bangalore, India, has booths in chained-up jail cells, guns hanging from the ceiling, “Most Wanted” posters plastered on the walls, and a prison-uniform-clad mannequin at the entrance that welcomes guests to jail.

Servers are dressed like either fellow prisoners or guards and — as reviews state — diners are told that their tables are housed in exact replicas of real jail cells. The cuisine itself (thankfully) does not replicate actual prison food and instead offers a multi-ethnic mixture of Asian dishes, including Chinese, Thai, and Indian.

Central Jail Restaurant just opened this past fall and has thus far gotten mixed reviews. Most inmates — err, customers — approve of the theming but say that the food and service could be improved.

It’s definitely not the strangest themed restaurant we’ve heard of — we’ve seen some truly questionable dining experiences. Check out these 9 Unusual Theme Restaurants.


You Can Eat in a Prison Cell at This Jail-Themed Restaurant

We know of the restaurant in a Milan, Italy, prison staffed by inmates, but this is the first we are hearing of a prison-themed restaurant where you can pretend to be eat like an inmate for fun. Central Jail Restaurant in the Jayanagar neighborhood in Bangalore, India, has booths in chained-up jail cells, guns hanging from the ceiling, “Most Wanted” posters plastered on the walls, and a prison-uniform-clad mannequin at the entrance that welcomes guests to jail.

Servers are dressed like either fellow prisoners or guards and — as reviews state — diners are told that their tables are housed in exact replicas of real jail cells. The cuisine itself (thankfully) does not replicate actual prison food and instead offers a multi-ethnic mixture of Asian dishes, including Chinese, Thai, and Indian.

Central Jail Restaurant just opened this past fall and has thus far gotten mixed reviews. Most inmates — err, customers — approve of the theming but say that the food and service could be improved.

It’s definitely not the strangest themed restaurant we’ve heard of — we’ve seen some truly questionable dining experiences. Check out these 9 Unusual Theme Restaurants.


You Can Eat in a Prison Cell at This Jail-Themed Restaurant

We know of the restaurant in a Milan, Italy, prison staffed by inmates, but this is the first we are hearing of a prison-themed restaurant where you can pretend to be eat like an inmate for fun. Central Jail Restaurant in the Jayanagar neighborhood in Bangalore, India, has booths in chained-up jail cells, guns hanging from the ceiling, “Most Wanted” posters plastered on the walls, and a prison-uniform-clad mannequin at the entrance that welcomes guests to jail.

Servers are dressed like either fellow prisoners or guards and — as reviews state — diners are told that their tables are housed in exact replicas of real jail cells. The cuisine itself (thankfully) does not replicate actual prison food and instead offers a multi-ethnic mixture of Asian dishes, including Chinese, Thai, and Indian.

Central Jail Restaurant just opened this past fall and has thus far gotten mixed reviews. Most inmates — err, customers — approve of the theming but say that the food and service could be improved.

It’s definitely not the strangest themed restaurant we’ve heard of — we’ve seen some truly questionable dining experiences. Check out these 9 Unusual Theme Restaurants.


You Can Eat in a Prison Cell at This Jail-Themed Restaurant

We know of the restaurant in a Milan, Italy, prison staffed by inmates, but this is the first we are hearing of a prison-themed restaurant where you can pretend to be eat like an inmate for fun. Central Jail Restaurant in the Jayanagar neighborhood in Bangalore, India, has booths in chained-up jail cells, guns hanging from the ceiling, “Most Wanted” posters plastered on the walls, and a prison-uniform-clad mannequin at the entrance that welcomes guests to jail.

Servers are dressed like either fellow prisoners or guards and — as reviews state — diners are told that their tables are housed in exact replicas of real jail cells. The cuisine itself (thankfully) does not replicate actual prison food and instead offers a multi-ethnic mixture of Asian dishes, including Chinese, Thai, and Indian.

Central Jail Restaurant just opened this past fall and has thus far gotten mixed reviews. Most inmates — err, customers — approve of the theming but say that the food and service could be improved.

It’s definitely not the strangest themed restaurant we’ve heard of — we’ve seen some truly questionable dining experiences. Check out these 9 Unusual Theme Restaurants.


You Can Eat in a Prison Cell at This Jail-Themed Restaurant

We know of the restaurant in a Milan, Italy, prison staffed by inmates, but this is the first we are hearing of a prison-themed restaurant where you can pretend to be eat like an inmate for fun. Central Jail Restaurant in the Jayanagar neighborhood in Bangalore, India, has booths in chained-up jail cells, guns hanging from the ceiling, “Most Wanted” posters plastered on the walls, and a prison-uniform-clad mannequin at the entrance that welcomes guests to jail.

Servers are dressed like either fellow prisoners or guards and — as reviews state — diners are told that their tables are housed in exact replicas of real jail cells. The cuisine itself (thankfully) does not replicate actual prison food and instead offers a multi-ethnic mixture of Asian dishes, including Chinese, Thai, and Indian.

Central Jail Restaurant just opened this past fall and has thus far gotten mixed reviews. Most inmates — err, customers — approve of the theming but say that the food and service could be improved.

It’s definitely not the strangest themed restaurant we’ve heard of — we’ve seen some truly questionable dining experiences. Check out these 9 Unusual Theme Restaurants.


You Can Eat in a Prison Cell at This Jail-Themed Restaurant

We know of the restaurant in a Milan, Italy, prison staffed by inmates, but this is the first we are hearing of a prison-themed restaurant where you can pretend to be eat like an inmate for fun. Central Jail Restaurant in the Jayanagar neighborhood in Bangalore, India, has booths in chained-up jail cells, guns hanging from the ceiling, “Most Wanted” posters plastered on the walls, and a prison-uniform-clad mannequin at the entrance that welcomes guests to jail.

Servers are dressed like either fellow prisoners or guards and — as reviews state — diners are told that their tables are housed in exact replicas of real jail cells. The cuisine itself (thankfully) does not replicate actual prison food and instead offers a multi-ethnic mixture of Asian dishes, including Chinese, Thai, and Indian.

Central Jail Restaurant just opened this past fall and has thus far gotten mixed reviews. Most inmates — err, customers — approve of the theming but say that the food and service could be improved.

It’s definitely not the strangest themed restaurant we’ve heard of — we’ve seen some truly questionable dining experiences. Check out these 9 Unusual Theme Restaurants.


You Can Eat in a Prison Cell at This Jail-Themed Restaurant

We know of the restaurant in a Milan, Italy, prison staffed by inmates, but this is the first we are hearing of a prison-themed restaurant where you can pretend to be eat like an inmate for fun. Central Jail Restaurant in the Jayanagar neighborhood in Bangalore, India, has booths in chained-up jail cells, guns hanging from the ceiling, “Most Wanted” posters plastered on the walls, and a prison-uniform-clad mannequin at the entrance that welcomes guests to jail.

Servers are dressed like either fellow prisoners or guards and — as reviews state — diners are told that their tables are housed in exact replicas of real jail cells. The cuisine itself (thankfully) does not replicate actual prison food and instead offers a multi-ethnic mixture of Asian dishes, including Chinese, Thai, and Indian.

Central Jail Restaurant just opened this past fall and has thus far gotten mixed reviews. Most inmates — err, customers — approve of the theming but say that the food and service could be improved.

It’s definitely not the strangest themed restaurant we’ve heard of — we’ve seen some truly questionable dining experiences. Check out these 9 Unusual Theme Restaurants.


You Can Eat in a Prison Cell at This Jail-Themed Restaurant

We know of the restaurant in a Milan, Italy, prison staffed by inmates, but this is the first we are hearing of a prison-themed restaurant where you can pretend to be eat like an inmate for fun. Central Jail Restaurant in the Jayanagar neighborhood in Bangalore, India, has booths in chained-up jail cells, guns hanging from the ceiling, “Most Wanted” posters plastered on the walls, and a prison-uniform-clad mannequin at the entrance that welcomes guests to jail.

Servers are dressed like either fellow prisoners or guards and — as reviews state — diners are told that their tables are housed in exact replicas of real jail cells. The cuisine itself (thankfully) does not replicate actual prison food and instead offers a multi-ethnic mixture of Asian dishes, including Chinese, Thai, and Indian.

Central Jail Restaurant just opened this past fall and has thus far gotten mixed reviews. Most inmates — err, customers — approve of the theming but say that the food and service could be improved.

It’s definitely not the strangest themed restaurant we’ve heard of — we’ve seen some truly questionable dining experiences. Check out these 9 Unusual Theme Restaurants.


You Can Eat in a Prison Cell at This Jail-Themed Restaurant

We know of the restaurant in a Milan, Italy, prison staffed by inmates, but this is the first we are hearing of a prison-themed restaurant where you can pretend to be eat like an inmate for fun. Central Jail Restaurant in the Jayanagar neighborhood in Bangalore, India, has booths in chained-up jail cells, guns hanging from the ceiling, “Most Wanted” posters plastered on the walls, and a prison-uniform-clad mannequin at the entrance that welcomes guests to jail.

Servers are dressed like either fellow prisoners or guards and — as reviews state — diners are told that their tables are housed in exact replicas of real jail cells. The cuisine itself (thankfully) does not replicate actual prison food and instead offers a multi-ethnic mixture of Asian dishes, including Chinese, Thai, and Indian.

Central Jail Restaurant just opened this past fall and has thus far gotten mixed reviews. Most inmates — err, customers — approve of the theming but say that the food and service could be improved.

It’s definitely not the strangest themed restaurant we’ve heard of — we’ve seen some truly questionable dining experiences. Check out these 9 Unusual Theme Restaurants.


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