It is a normal procedure for travelers to be holed up in a hotel as part of health protocols. They normally have to stay there for a specified number of days for quarantine.

But being a hotel, guests expect good service nevertheless. Unfortunately, the Wolsey family never got it despite paying £4,500 on a ten-day visit to the Leonardo Hotel at Heathrow airport.

Worse, a two-year-old girl ended up being brought to the hospital in an alleged case of food poisoning. According to the mother named Paula, her daughter was served chicken that she claimed was raw.

As a result, the toddler spends two days vomiting and a doctor advised that she should be brought to the hospital. She was brought to the Hillingdon Hospital.

But at about the same time, other family members (including Paula) fell ill. The 38-year-old suffered from diarrhea for five days while her daughter vomited. This left a big mess on the carpets in the rooms and the corridors.

Hotels are normally tasked to clean up the mess. But with only fairy liquid and a broom provided by the hotel, the family had to leave with the mess and stink of vomit for several days.

"It was like you're in a prison and the food is completely disgusting," Paula said to the Mirror. "They (the hotel staff) didn't help us with the illness at all. It's all about making money."

The family came from Brazil on Mar. 28 and were brought to Leonardo in a packed bus. The family already made prior arrangements on the meals they preferred. Despite informing them in advance, the hotel never obliged.

This comes not long after 16 people were reportedly killed when they consumed homemade alcohol made by a 63-year-old woman. It turns out that the woman had prior convictions for illicit trafficking of ethyl and homemade alcohol.

The woman was charged with negligent deprivation of life with victims found either dead or dying after being brought to a hospital in Kaunas, Lithuania.

Representation photo: raw chicken
A Maryland man whose wife sent him to the store to buy pre-cooked chicken for dinner recently bagged a lottery prize of $100,000. Meanwhile, an unclaimed $100,000 Mass Cash lottery prize drawn in February last year is about to expire this week. This is a representational image. Photo by Towfiqu barbhuiya on Unsplash

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