When Adrienne Haynes and a friend worked their first night cooking hot dogs at a Kingdome concession stand, they witnessing some sickening procedures: a plastic shovel used alternately as a dustpan and an ice scoop for soft drinks; hot dog buns picked free of mold, then served; a man with dirt-encrusted hands filling popcorn boxes next to a woman sneezing and coughing over food. Haynes and her friend quit that day, then promptly reported the company to the health department. But to the Seattle-King County Health Department officials, it was just another complaint to add to a long list of chronic city-health-code vilations at dozens of Kingdome concession stands.
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