Talk about pissing in your cornflakes…
A Tennessee man had his day in court and now faces a hefty bit of prison time for peeing on a Kellogg’s conveyor belt at a Memphis plant and recorded the incident on video.
Then in a feat of dumbassery, Gregory Stanton uploaded the incriminating video to social media who likely had no idea that he would face federal charges for his act of mischief.
He could end up getting thrown into the slam for up to three years and now that his name is all over the internet he will be radioactive to future employers when he gets out.
— WMC Action News 5 (@WMCActionNews5) December 4, 2018
According to Memphis station WMC Action News 5, “Man pleads guilty to urinating on Kellogg’s assembly line at Memphis plant”:
A Memphis man is facing three years in prison after admitting in court to urinating on a Kellogg’s cereal conveyor belt at a local food manufacturing plant.
Gregory Stanton, 49, pleaded guilty in November to tampering with consumer products. A federal grand jury indicted him in September for tainting consumer products with the intent to cause serious injury.
Stanton worked for the plant in 2014 when he recorded himself urinating on the conveyor belt, then uploaded it to the internet in 2016.
As soon as the company learned of the video a Kellogg’s spokesperson said the company alerted law enforcement and regulators.
Watch the video HERE:
Kellogg’s issued the following statement after Stanton’s conviction.
“It has been more than two years since this incident came to our attention, and we are pleased that the responsible individual was brought to justice. We want to thank the Food & Drug Administration and US Attorneys’ office for their commitment to this case.”
it’s definitely Not GRRR-EAT! for Stanton.