Long John Silver’s Patrons Find Traces of Pepto Bismol in Their Fried Oysters

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Thursday, 26 November 2020

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These are some of the Peptol Bismol-tasting oysters found in 3 of the Long John Silver's restaurants.

LOUISVILLE, Kentucky - (Satire News) – The Kentucky Health Federation has filed a complaint against the Long John Silver Corporation.

The KHF states that patrons in three different establishments have reported finding traces of Pepto Bismol in their Flambeau Fried Oysters.

So far the Kentucky health experts have informed the fast food fish company, that some of the oysters do have a bit of a baseball card bubble gum taste.

Health officials traveled to Pelican Balls, Louisiana, and spoke with manager “Bayou” Beau Du Souffle. He showed them every square inch of their kitchen, including their state-of-the-art French fry spitting machine.

After spending almost four hours checking out the food, the officials stated that the Peruvian Popcorn Shrimp, the Nova Scotian Flounder Tacos, and the Ethiopian Egg Rolls, not only tasted fantastic, they were all totally Pepto-Bismol-free.

The Kentucky Health Federation is asking that, during the ongoing investigation, all Long John Silver outlets give patrons a 15% goodwill gesture discount.

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