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Shopper Finds 'Mouse Foetus' Inside Grapes Bought At Woolworths

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Shopper Finds 'Mouse Foetus' Inside Grapes Bought At Woolworths

A woman has spoken about how she well and truly lost her appetite after finding something peculiar in her grapes.

After picking up the bag of fruit at a Woolworths store, Emma explained how she discovered something very unsettlingly.

Amongst the beautifully red grapes, there was something that could only be described as akin to a mouse foetus.

Naturally, she uploaded the horrifying photo to Facebook and everyone was shocked about the mysterious object.

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Credit: Facebook
Credit: Facebook

Emma said: "Tuesday night and have well and truly lost my appetite.

"Emptied your seedless red grapes from the bag into a bowl and found a baby mouse/foetus ugly specimen amongst them. No further words needed."

No further words indeed. But we shall persist.

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The post was so viral that it grabbed the attention of the people at Woolworths and they're keen to know what it is.

They said Emma is welcome to return the gross bag of grapes so they can conduct an investigation and she can get a refund (or maybe another bag of grapes).

In a statement, a spokesperson for the supermarket said: "It is concerning to see what you've found in your seedless red grapes and we would like to look into it further.

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"Please know that we have a Fresh or Free Guarantee so if you're ever unsatisfied you may take your receipt or packaging back to our service desk and our lovely team will cheerfully provide you with a full refund and replacement," the representative added.

It's certainly not the first time we've seen a bizarre addition to produce at an Aussie supermarket.

Credit: Facebook
Credit: Facebook

A shopper managed to find a goddamn live green frog casually sitting in their Coles lettuce.

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Queenslander Zara Bailey said she and her family had already eaten some of the vegetable when they noticed the little Kermit sitting there.

According to 7News, the 19-year-old university student had washed, drained, and chopped up some of the lettuce before putting it back in the fridge. It was only after it went off and she was about to throw it away that Zara saw the animal chilling.

"The frog decided to stay hidden in the lettuce until I was just about to throw away the bag and I saw some little eyes looking up at me," Zara said on Facebook.

"I was completely stunned when I saw him in there, I nearly dropped the bag out of shock.

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"But pretty quickly I was so excited to find that he was still alive and we could save him! He was a pretty big frog."

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Topics: Australia

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