The best way to an American's heart is through their stomach -- even when that food has given them horrible bouts of bloody diarrhea, apparently.
Federico's Mexican Food, a restaurant chain, drew fire -- from the public and their anuses -- after its Litchfield, Ariz. location caused an E. coli outbreak that gave 74 patrons "grossly bloody bouts of diarrhea," a complainant said, according to UPI. But in an expert public relations move, Federico's hired a cleaning expert and will offer free burritos on Sept. 16.VIDEO:
And hey, the "Queen of Clean" Linda Cobb, who has appeared on Oprah, will be there, according to the restaurant's Facebook page. Cobb reports in a new Federico's ad that the restaurant now uses dish soap and bleach -- at the same time -- so you can rest easy — on the toilet.
To be fair, the Litchfield Park location voluntarily closed after the E. coli outbreak. It'll open again following plenty of "Queen of Clean" guidance and a lawsuit filed on behalf of the victims, according to the Phoenix New Times.
Plus, if you act now, you'll have your choice of a breakfast burrito, a green chili burrito, a red chicken burrito or a bean and cheese burrito. That should make you forget about the porcelain-busting party poopers for a while.