School apologizes for serving student moldy sandwich

(WCHM/NBC News) A Columbus, Ohio mother is demanding answers after her son was served a breakfast sandwich covered in mold at his school’s cafeteria.

Cyron Rollie said he was shocked when he opened the sandwich.

“It was really shocking because you would think as a public school they would do the best to keep things like this from happening,” said Rollie.

The picture of the sandwich has been especially sickening to his mother, Tahira Waters.

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“I was irritated. I was highly upset,” said Waters.

Waters posted the same warning on social media. It was shared hundreds of times.

Columbus City School spokesperson Scott Varner issued a statement reading in part “I can tell you that it was a confined incident, and immediately addressed by the cafeteria crew and principal at the school. No one intentionally served the pre-made sandwich with this hidden issue. and the student was given a replacement.”

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