Shut the front door!
There are new safety standards regarding sausage sizzles and how they are made in the form of where the ONION is placed!
The iconic Bunnings sausage sizzle usually held on Saturdays by volunteers has some changes to make, see below.
Aussies are fuming as the iconic Bunnings sausage sanga’ is set to undergo a change for safety reasons. ?https://t.co/HXs3uVfT4f
— news.com.au (@newscomauHQ) November 13, 2018
Justified or over the top?
A big change is taking place in stores nationally, the onion on top of the iconic BBQ sausage can no longer be placed on top of the sausage. It’s now on the BOTTOM.
Bunnings chief operating officer Debbie Poole says safety is key and the reason for this change is that putting the onions on top of the sausage means they may fall off and create a slipping hazard.
Wow, safety stands have taken a whole new level and people are shocked at this news with many thinking the new safety standard ridiculous.
Australia is the most of governed country in the world
— MUZZA (@MJBIS) November 13, 2018
And if the sausage falls? A bigger risk!
— ⓜⓢ ⓣⓝⓐ #WeREssendon (@Ms__TNA) November 13, 2018
What’s next ? They will be cold so no one burns their tongue ??♂️
— Senior Sgt Offensive (@PCFunpolice) November 13, 2018
What do you think?
“This recommendation is provided to the community groups within their fundraising sausage sizzle welcome pack and is on display within the gazebos when barbecues are underway,” Poole adds.
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