Amy Schumer revealed via her Instagram that she was hospitalized in Paris on Monday after suffering from food poisoning.
However, the Trainwreck star appeared to be in happy spirits despite the ordeal.
“Thanks for everything Paris! Except the food poisoning. #nooooooooooo #balmain #nyfw,” she wrote.
Another post saw Schumer and her boyfriend Ben Hanisch, who also had food poisoning, in bed wearing white shirts, with Schumer’s saying: “NO COFFEE NO WORKEE.”
Later in the day, she posted a video of her sitting near a window with a view of the Eiffel Tower, eating soup with a ladle from a large bowl.
Maybe Chuck Schumer is eyeing a career in comedy like his somewhat related cousin, Amy.
Chuck says federal regulators are too slow getting bad food off the shelves.
The New York Democrat is calling for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to review its recall process from top to bottom to determine if it’s doing enough to prevent contamination-related food illnesses.
The action follows a preliminary report by the Office of Inspector General for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services suggesting the FDA has taken far too long to initiate food recalls.
Schumer notes that a 21-state E. coli outbreak linked to tainted flour began in December but the recall wasn’t issued until May.
Whole genome sequencing takes time. So does any foodborne illness investigation, especially ones that are now leading the world in linking together previously unconnected victims and food vehicles.
A better approach might be a standardized guide for going public, so everyone knows the rules, even if they don’t agree with them.