Woman Allegedly Caught Urinating and Spitting into Ice Cream Bucket
According to an arrest affidavit, Jung Soon Wypcha, 66, was seen using the bathroom with the door wide open on five different occasions in the back room of the ice cream shop — beginning June 17.
In each incident, the affidavit claims she does not wash her hands before walking over to the freezer where the organic ice cream is stored and putting her hands in the containers of ice cream.
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