Chinese takeaway keeps four star food safety rating after delivering takeaway ...

Ori-Dental Fried Rice!: Chinese takeaway is allowed to keep four star food safety rating after it delivered a takeaway which contained a human tooth A couple were left disgusted after finding a large molar tooth in their pork curry Stephanie McDonough and David Burrows reported the restaurant in Worcester A health and safety check by Worcestershire Regulatory Services was prompted Newtown Cantonese Takeaway will not be downgraded following the inspection Takeaway manager Mr Chen was 'shocked' by the tooth and gave a full refund 

By Katie Weston For Mailonline

Published: 11:26 GMT, 27 February 2020 | Updated: 11:29 GMT, 27 February 2020

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A Chinese takeaway which delivered a meal containing a human tooth has been allowed to keep its four-star food hygiene rating.

Newtown Cantonese Takeaway will not be downgraded following an inspection by Worcestershire Regulatory Services, who carry out health and safety checks on licensed premises for councils in the area.

The check was prompted after couple Stephanie McDonough and David Burrows reported the restaurant on Newtown Road, Worcester. 

They were left disgusted after finding a large molar in a pork curry they had ordered.

Couple Stephanie McDonough and David Burrows discovered a large human molar (above) in a pork curry they had ordered from the Chinese takeaway on Newtown Road, Worcester

Couple Stephanie McDonough and David Burrows discovered a large human molar (above) in a pork curry they had ordered from the Chinese takeaway on Newtown Road, Worcester 

Peter Bowdery, a scientific officer who analysed the tooth, pictured, said the size and shape are 'consistent' with the tooth being of 'human origin'

Peter Bowdery, a scientific officer who analysed the tooth, pictured, said the size and shape are 'consistent' with the tooth being of 'human origin' 

Takeaway manager Mr Chen, who did not provide his first name, said: 'The inspector checked all the staff to see if we have any teeth missing, which we don't.

'We don't know where the tooth came from. If necessary, all of the staff are

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