Couple says they were served up blood with their doughnuts at Hollywood Dunkin’

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Bag given to customers at Dunkin’ in Hollywood.
Bag given to customers at Dunkin’ in Hollywood.

HOLLYWOOD, Fla. – What was supposed to be an evening snack has turned into 365 days of non-stop worry and unexpected medical bills for a South Florida couple.

Magela and Rodrigo Esquivel told Local 10 News they were served up an employee’s blood at a Dunkin drive thru in Hollywood.

“What if we are infected with HIV, hepatitis, anything,” Rodrigo Esquivel said.

“I am very worried about our long-term health,” his wife, Magela, said.

According to their receipt, it was 8:49 p.m., Sunday, Feb. 16, and they were hungry.

Magela and Rodrigo pulled into the Dunkin Donuts at 516 North State Road 7 and ordered two doughnuts.

Magela said she noticed the Dunkin employee's hand was wrapped in a napkin when she was handed the bag through the drive through window.


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