Unions roundly condemned BEAT, the Eating Disorder charity after many of their members complained about the aftermath of the charity dinner.
John Eccles explains "We are wholly supportive of the good work BEAT has done highlighting the plight and victims of eating disorders. However I have had 35 separate complaints from my members"
Stella Jones a cleaner at the event explained "I went to clean the loos and it looked like a hundred people had thrown up in there, the plumbers are still working in health-hazardous conditions removing the carrot from the u-bends and sinks. Its disgusting."
Marcello Volpi, a chef with 20 years experience was beside himself "my lovely food, returned not even touched, I should have served empty plates and have done with it. What is wrong with these people??"
A BEAT spokesman admitted that with hindsight the shift-change from cheese and wine may have been a step too far