FOOD waste dumped in a Huddersfield skip is being investigated by Kirklees Council.
Environmental health officers were called in when rubbish, including chef's uniforms bearing the logo of the Kabana restaurant in Trinity Street, was left in a builder's skip.
Daniel Wimpenny, of Spring Villa Developments, pays £160 for the collection of the skip from Bradford Road in Fartown.
He discovered it full of about eight black bin liners and two large empty food oil drums on Sunday December 28.
When opened, the bags contained scraps of food, bills bearing the Kabana's name and monogrammed clothing.
Mr Aurangzab Khan, who owns the restaurant, said he had been away when the rubbish was dumped and knew nothing of the incident.
He said he had his own skip collection service with Kirklees Council.
Stringent rules govern the disposal of food waste.