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OMSK, March 28. /ITAR-TASS/. Russia’s Federal Consumer Rights Protection and Human Health Control Service, Rospotrebnadzor, suspended the Cheese factory whose members bathed in milk, the press service on Friday said.The case files sent to the court for a decision of an administrative suspension of the company, Omsk Department of the Federal Consumer Rights Protection and Human Health Control Service noted.
"During the inspection specialists discovered violations of sanitary legislation. The industrial premises are in poor sanitary condition. There are no conditions for personal hygiene. The results of medical inspection are missed. Thus, the facts of sanitary legislation violations confirmed,” the official said adding that the inspection continues.
Rospotrebnadzor launched an unscheduled investigation of the factory after the images and videos of young men posing in a vat of milk were posted on the Internet. A worker of the factory Artyom Romanov posted cynical pictures in social networks. He wrote the milk in which the men bathed was intended for cheese production. The scuffed walls of factory, dirty floor with plastic basins for the final product are depicted in the pictures.