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Police were called to a London crown court after judges and barristers allegedly had their lunches spiked with urine.

The investigation was launched when lawyers complained the food smelled "a bit off", with urine traces later found in soups, salads and sandwiches.

All kitchen staff at Snaresbrook crown court have been suspended and temporary replacements have been brought in while Scotland Yard detectives and Redbridge council carry out a joint investigation.

Judges, lawyers and court staff have reportedly been sent letters saying the matter is being taken "very seriously", and that anyone feeling unwell after eating the food should contact a doctor.

A dining room, used by lawyers and known as the advocates' lounge, was closed when a worker alerted the authorities on Tuesday.

The court's meals are provided by caterers Eurest Services. A spokeswoman for the company said: "We are aware of a suspected food contamination and are investigating."

A source told The Sun: "Hygiene inspectors started an investigation. People are worried there might be someone working in the kitchens with a serious grudge against the legal system.

"They've suspended the entire catering staff including many old women who have worked there for donkeys' years. New people have been brought in while the police conduct their investigation."

 

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