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Lizard and Toast0
By - Posted 4th July, 2015 at 9:40 pm
What do you put on a slice of toast? Cheese or jam? 
 
A child found a dead lizard on a loaf of bread bought from Tesco. Every little helps? Not in this case!
William aged 10 found the lizard while preparing breakfast. He was making some toast and cut off a few slices when he came across something that looked like a leaf. He decided to investigate further and removed the wrapping. What he found probably put him off his breakfast for quite some time. The lizard was said to be around about two to three inches long. William ran to tell his parents who reported it promptly to the store. They are currently trying to find out how the lizard got in there as Tesco have commented saying that they have a high hygiene standard. There has been some conspiracy with people saying they killed their own pet lizard and put it in there for compensation. What do you think happened? Let me know! 
 
Next time you buy some bread from Tesco you might just find something extra lurking in there waiting for you to discover it.
Try not to have nightmares!
 
I’ll treat you to two lizard themed jokes after all a laugh a day keeps the doctor away.

  

 Why did the lizard roll on the floor?
He was rolling on the floor loafing
 
Why did the lizard cross the road?
To get to the other slice 

 

If you have any lizard jokes or comments about this article click on read & comment below. I’m also looking forwards to read any stories about animals being found in, around or on food items. Get commenting! You know you want too.

Guess what time it is? It’s melon time! Have a great day.

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