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Chef sparks outrage after boasting on Facebook of 'spiking a vegan group's meals with MEAT' as livid social media users call for her to be charged with ASSAULT (6 Pics)

A CHEF has been called out on social media after she appeared to boast about spiking a vegan group's food with MEAT.
Laura Goodman, the chef and co-owner of Shropshire restaurant Carlini, wrote in a Facebook group that she "spiked a vegan a few hours ago."

When shocked users commented that they hoped the chef had not added anything unwanted to the meal, she told them what she had allegedly done - leaving them furious.
She said: "Actually I should have said 'they're' not a vegan...not 'she's'. Started with asking me to telephone them, over Christmas, to discuss the dietary requirements of their guests within a set time frame, and ended with me wondering why I'm explaining this simplistic post to a pious c**t."
Since her post, the restaurant's Facebook page has been deleted, and its TripAdvisor and Google pages flooded with poor reviews.
One TripAdvisor reviewer called for Goodman to be prosecuted for her actions, while George Wright wrote on Google: "Feeding a non vegan meal to someone who has made the compassionate or potentially even medical choice not to eat animal products intentionally is disgraceful.

"And then to brag about it on your Facebook Page, I hope you're ashamed of yourself.
"Your business is not too far from where I live and you can rest assured you will never have the custom of me or any of my friends again."
Jess Ginge Lewis wrote: "You cooked willingly for someone you know is vegan, make it non vegan and then brag about it behind their back?
"Who is the pious and judgemental one here really?"

Another added: "This lady should be charged with assault.
"We are vegan for a reason, to disregard our wishes and boast about contaminating food is at least a sackable offence."
And vegans now plan to protest outside the restaurant, demanding it be shut down.

Debbie Ireland, an admin of the group Goodman posted in, told Metro.co.uk that the chef's actions were "quite unnerving."
She said: "I think people were outraged, as this could happen to any one of us, if that chef disliked you.
"It’s quite unnerving, and makes you think twice about eating out anywhere, when you hear a chef and restaurant owner not only admitting to this, but gloating about it afterwards – mentioning on other posts that she had “just spiked a vegan."

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