Sponsors React to Chef Smith’s Fake Cook-a-thon Record Attempt

by Louisa Afful
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Sponsors of Chef Smith’s cook-a-thon event have reacted to his admission of falsifying processes and documentation in his attempt to set a Guinness World Record for the longest cooking marathon. Chef Smith confessed his actions during a meeting with the management of Amadia Shopping Centre, where the event was held. He admitted that his motivation was personal fame and media attention.

Chef Smith apologized to the CEO of Amadia Shopping Centre, the event’s management team, and all supporters. The sponsors expressed disappointment but appreciated Chef Smith’s decision to come forward and apologize.

“We are deeply disheartened by these actions, but we recognize and appreciate Chef Smith’s willingness to admit his mistakes and offer a public apology,” the sponsors stated.

“Our support was based on celebrating culinary excellence and inspiring the community. We remain committed to these values and will continue to uphold integrity in all our endeavours.”

The sponsors commended the swift intervention by authorities and thanked the media and public for their understanding and support. They also pledged to be more transparent and ethical in future events.

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