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Chinese takeaway fined for the egg in the fried rice

A Chinese takeaway has been ordered to pay over £1,000 after inspectors found egg in the fried rice on three occasions.

A menu for fried rice.

Carmarthenshire County inspectors visited the takeaway in Llandybie on a routine food sampling call.

A portion of special fried rice without egg was ordered but was found to have a high level of egg "contamination".

The company was given guidance and told there would be a follow up call. When visited again three portions of house special fried rice with no egg were ordered.

The dish again had egg in it - at three times the level of the previous visit.

It is vital that customers with allergies can be confident that the food they are served is safe for them.

We will prosecute when food outlets do not take sufficient care to avoid cross contamination.

– Cllr Jim Jones

The takeaway owners - Ahmed Cuisine entered a guilty plea and was fined £500 and ordered to pay costs of £603 and a victim surcharge of £50.

Teenager dislocates shoulders 'tombstoning'

A teenager dislocated both his shoulders in a "tombstoning" jump. The 19 year-old was airlifted to hospital after jumping more than 50ft into the sea.

'Tombstoning' taking place at a quarry. Credit: ITV News

The RNLI says he and another friend were tombstoning off rocks at Porthclais, Pembrokeshire, when both his shoulders were dislocated by the impact of hitting the water.

A lifeboat gave him first aid and pain relief until the arrival of a coastguard helicopter from Caernarfon.

The teenager was transferred to Withybush Hospital. His condition was described as stable.

RNLI officials warned about the dangers of "tombstoning" - jumping into the see from high rocks and cliffs.

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