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Woman 'Flabbergasted' After 'Finding Nail In Yoghurt'

Woman 'Flabbergasted' After 'Finding Nail In Yoghurt'

A woman was left 'flabbergasted' after allegedly finding a nail in her yoghurt.

Clare Hough, from Brough in East Yorkshire, said she was tucking into a Müller Corner for breakfast when she came across the unexpected object.

Müller says its products are subject to stringent checks and even go through an X-ray machine before they sent out to be sold.

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However, Hough, 45, said she found the black-coloured nail inside the yogurt section of the snack.

She said: "It was one of those Müller Corner ones, it was a toffee hoop one.

"I'd eaten quite a lot of it already when I saw it. I was just shocked and surprised.

"I could have swallowed it. A child could have eaten it and swallowed it because children eat those sorts of yogurts."

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She added: "They had the yogurt on offer at Morrison's sometimes so I got some.

"I was eating through it and there was this nail that was a good inch or two inches long in the actual yogurt compartment.

"It was a few days ago on Monday or Tuesday, I was due at work so it was just a quick breakfast before.

"I was just flabbergasted. Astonished."

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Müller has said it will carry out a full investigation if Hough gets in touch.

A spokesperson from Müller said: "The products we make are subject to extensive checks and x-ray scans to ensure they meet the highest standards of product quality, and we would encourage the individual to contact our customer service team so that we can carry out a full investigation.

"It is important to stress that in our production facility, yogurt passes through a filter, and the whole process takes place within an entirely sealed and automated filling line.

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"The completed product is then scanned by an x-ray machine."

Earlier this month, a US woman took to TikTok to share a clip of what she thought was an 'eye' her pal found in her hot chocolate.

The clip showed a hot chocolate stained wall and carpet after TikTok user ailyndlikeisland's housemate lashed it across the room after making the grim discovery.

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However, after posting the initial video, she shared an update explaining that it had actually been some mould that had grown inside the unopened coconut milk her housemate had used.

Well, I suppose that's slightly better than an eyeball, eh?

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Topics: Food, UK News

Claire Reid

Claire is a journalist at LADbible who, after dossing around for a few years, went to Liverpool John Moores University. She graduated with a degree in Journalism and a whole load of debt. When not writing words in exchange for money she is usually at home watching serial killer documentaries surrounded by cats. You can contact Claire at [email protected]