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Hot Cross Buns Recalled In Adelaide After A Goddamn Calculator Was Found In One

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Hot Cross Buns Recalled In Adelaide After A Goddamn Calculator Was Found In One

The Christmas ham hasn't even been chucked out before we start seeing food and treats being advertised for Easter in Australia.

We get bombarded for months about chocolate, hot cross buns and that delicious long weekend that everyone craves so much.

But you might want to double check your hot cross buns, especially in South Australia, after fears people might be getting more than they bargained for inside.

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Parts of a goddamn calculator were found inside one hot cross bun from Pasadena Foodland in Adelaide.

Foodland has released a statement saying: "All hot cross buns packed on 7th April 2019 are now being recalled due to the parts of a small calculator, possibly including a battery, being found in a batch of dough. On behalf of store management, we sincerely apologise for the inconvenience and assure you that the problem has now been rectified for all hot cross buns.

"Please do not consume these hot cross buns packed on 7th April but return to the store for a full refund."

Credit: Nine News Adelaide
Credit: Nine News Adelaide
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How in the hell that ended up there is beggars belief but just an FYI, don't eat those hot cross buns.

It won't make you any better at math if you chow down on a calculator.

Seven customers have come forward to say they've found bits of plastic inside their bun but food authorities are worried that the button battery still hasn't been found.

Featured Image Credit: Nine News Adelaide

Topics: Food, Australia News, Community, Weird, Australia

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