Back a few, er, decades ago, I always worked with the food department.
Back before the "standardized" menus, there was a lot more variety in the menu from year to year.
One year, the overseer had, not one, but two (two!) "brilliant" ideas:
-- Let's serve hamburgers! Each one wrapped completely in foil
-- Let's send some poor schlub (me!) walking around the seats, carrying a Styrofoam cooler with 40 or 50 burgers, offering them to whoever had enough "food tickets" to buy one
Unfortunately, that overseer was not adept at the logistics of burger storage. The top couple of rows of burgers were fine. But the bottom couple of rows were swimming, literally submerged, in all the grease that had escaped from the 40-50 burgers that were bouncing around in there.
I distinctly remember dipping my hand into the lukewarm grease to pull out a dripping foil-wrapped burger to offer some poor schmuck who (of course) didn't look into the cooler prior to placing his "order".
God only knows what they thought when they peeled back the foil to reveal the oil-sopped burger & bun inside. I didn't stick around to find out.