Hawaiian language is one of two official languages in the island of Pacific Island (English) and it is estimated that there are 18,000 residents who are still speaking in this tale of eight consonants and five vowels. The Duolingo language app has added Hawaiian to a list of language courses that you can start (and, like most attempts to learn new languages, forget about it after six or seven days), but It's probably a way of learning something other than "aloha". "
And the word hoopailua, for example, it can be used as a name ("bright look") and verb ("nauseate; to very dissatisfied") and both meanings are appropriate if you have seen the recent Snapchat video filmed in the kitchen of Honolulu co-well. Last week, Teddy Bigger Burgers closed its Mapunapuna location temporarily after one of a teenager filmed herself cooking mice on the restaurant grill.
The heading on the video reads "I think she's time to give it up to Teddy," but the manager made that decision to him; both employees in the clip have been fired. The restaurant was also closed for several days so it could be thoroughly cleaned, and so that grill and cookie appliance could be replaced.
"We are afraid that a former teenage worker would behave in such a way and made a video of such a thing that we are investigating the authenticity," said President Teddy, Richard Stula, to Hawaii News Now. (The restaurant is also considering taking legal action against teenagers. Good luck explains that one is a parent, bro.)
Earlier this year, a pig Dixie barbecue at Oakland Park, Florida was temporarily closed after a video showed that one of the cooks kills mice with a dress in the kitchen's kitchen. In another video, another mouse could still be seen that still lives on wire shelves in the kitchen. A former employee of the Department of Business and Professional Management of the state complained about the working conditions and, following an inspection, the Dixie Pig was ordered to close his doors and clean his kitchen. "I do not give big turds over food," the restaurant owner, Sherrie Gentry, complained to Local News 10. "I do not give anything to people's food."
Back in Honolulu, Stula said that a team from the Teddy corporate office would be sent in to check the restaurant before it could re-open it. The state Department of Health said that he would not conduct his own investigation, but he "did not appreciate the remedial and proactive efforts" that took Teddy's control to close the restaurant and dad-ratio and # 39; r gril.
MUNCHIES has arrived at Teddy for comments and to learn the results of the internal investigation, but he has not yet received a response. Hoopailua, truly.