One of the crazes that's swept the nation in recent years is that of "juicing," which is pretty much exactly what it sounds like. You make juice, and then you drink it.
However, this craze begs one question: why not just buy juice in the store instead of spending time and energy making it at home? Well, for one, the juice you make at home has a lot less sugar in it. And as it turns out, juice factories are absolutely vile.
Recently, a juice processing plant in Egypt was investigated by police for extremely unsanitary conditions.
After arriving on the scene, it didn't take police long to order the plant to shut down.
The conditions inside were horrific. Just look at that floor. So gross.
As police went through their inspection of the plant, they documented the process.
It looked like they were just reusing old bottles without proper cleaning.
This is all they did to sanitize these bottles...which was obviously pointless.
I'm not sure if I even want to know what that is.
One of several impounded shipments at the plant. The police made sure nothing from this building hit the shelves after they investigated.
At the moment, there's no word from police on exactly which juice producer this factory belonged to.
I really hope they never let this place reopen.
If you find yourself traveling through Egypt at any point in the near future, it would probably be a good idea to avoid drinking any juice that's not made right in front of you.