Following a report of M6 around clandestine dinners organized in the capital, especially at the viven palace of Pierre-Jean chalençon, the controversy swells. The collector, who defends himself from the practices despite overwhelming evidence, has, among other things, raised the government’s concern by declaring that he has received ministers. For now, an investigation is under way.
All this irritates the popular leader michel sarran who denounces acts harmful to the whole profession. “It’s lamentable and strictly scandalous because it discredits a profession compared to French, in a time that is quite complicated for us. And michel sarran, which we find in top chef on M6, to add with sincerity: “I, I was offered to make private meals, I always refused (…) I had to accompany sixteen people and I had to eat.
It was in prestigious places and I totally opposed it.” Very angry, the 59-year-old chief distributed the skeletons. “I don’t understand that people can go to these restaurants.
I’m sorry, but I fought at the beginning because the rules must be strict and, before or after the aids, there is a health crisis!