The Public Prosecution said on Wednesday that a video clip which claims that an employee of a delivery company tried to contaminate a food order was inaccurate.
According to the Public Prosecution, the video actually shows a dispute between a customer and the employee that was unrelated to the claim and the voice accompanying the clip was doctored to serve the customer's purpose.
It said a financial dispute was behind the fight seen in the clip. The public prosecution said that the customer invented the food contamination story in a bid to hide the fact that he assaulted the delivery boy.
"Investigation is currently going on between all parties involved in the incident," the Public Prosecution said and called on the public not to use the social media to spread false news, as this would subject them to legal accountability.
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