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Dead bird found in… a salad?!0
By - Posted 4th July, 2015 at 9:28 pm

First, it was a mouse being found in a loaf of bread. Now, Tesco have managed to go even more extreme…

You know that stereotypical day; you wake up, go shopping, buy a salad and take it home… then you open the bag of salad and find a dead bird. Oh wait… that’s not a stereotypical day! This is in fact what happened to Paul Streeter from Somerset after he bought the salad from a local branch of Tescos.

Mr. Streeter was serving the salad to his girlfriend and she was just about to tuck-in to one of the salad leaves until she noticed what appeared to be a dead bird. She then shrieked and was in shock at what she had found on her plate & to add insult to injury, she ended up vomiting.

Mr. Streeter then said “I couldn’t believe my eyes.  It was horrific. She was only seconds away from eating it!” He also described the dead bird as being “decomposed and skeletal”.

Tesco have already commented on this incident and have said “We take matters of this kind extremely seriously and are very disappointed to learn of this incident. Ensuring our food is of the highest quality is extremely important to us and we and our suppliers have robust systems in place to prevent foreign objects getting into products. We are in contact with the customer and have apologised.

This story comes just over a year after a dead mouse was found in a loaf of bread sold in… (you guessed it) Tescos!

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