In my local shopping centre there's a Bakers Delight shop, and I see their ads daily on TV.
There's one thing that always annoys me whether I'm watching the ad or walking past the store itself, and I'm not even sure if anyone that works there has actually considered this problem.
The bread is sitting on racks out in the open air for the staff to breathe on, flies to sit on and leave their germs and eggs behind, dust to settle on, all the crap in the air, people's sneezes and hair, and dirt and dust, it's ALL THERE TO SIT ON THE BREAD.
I'm seriously surprised the Health Department allows such things, but then I'm also surprised they allow restaurants to serve meat rare, after telling us we need to cook the worms out of it.
I don't know why no one else thinks about these things.
Every time I walk past the staff are breathing on it, sweeping the floor past it, flies are making a home in it, why do none of the staff ever see these things, or get these things are just disgusting to see and surely it's a health hazard.
Why does the law allow it? Why does the shop allow it? Why do the public allow it?
And don't even get me started on what I saw a girl do in KFC last week.