Couple Shocked To Find Caterpillar In Chicken Wrap At Wetherspoon Pub
James Hawes and his girlfriend Molly were out for a meal together at The Moon on the Square pub in Bournemouth.
As they were about to tuck in to their food, Molly reacted with utter shock as a live caterpillar crawled out of the salad on her wrap and started wriggling around on the top of it.
James managed to snap a short video of the incident to prove that they weren't completely making it up.
He told LADbible: "We were in Bournemouth at The Moon on the Square and my girlfriend Molly was waiting for an avocado and chicken wrap.
"Out of nowhere she screamed 'what's that on my wrap?' and there was a caterpillar just crawling across her salad.
"It came all the way out of it. It was quite funny, but mad.
"The manager asked up if we'd like a refund, and we said 'yes please!'"
They reported the incident to a manager at the restaurant and were given a full refund for the wrap. However, you'd have to imagine that they might think twice before sitting down for a meal in that particular restaurant.
Hey, at least we can tell that the salad was fresh and the wrap hadn't just been microwave heated.
As every gardener will tell you, caterpillars can be quite resilient, but not that resilient.
LADbible has approached Wetherspoon for a comment on the matter. They told us that they're investigating the situation and will get back to James and Molly once they've finished checking the whole situation out.
In the meantime, Wetherspoon spokesperson Eddie Gershon told us: "We are investigating this and will report back to the gentleman in due course.
"We serve millions of meals each year and food hygiene standards are vitally important to the company."
One person who won't be put off by this is Manchester lad Milton Cropper. The 28-year-old teacher is on a mission to visit as many Wetherspoon pubs across the UK as he can.
So far, he's hit up 124.
He explained to LADbible: "Last summer I spent some time visiting friends around the country and I always seemed to end up the spoons.
"They were showing the World Cup games at that time and had just introduced the app with table service so always seemed like the obvious choice for somewhere to go.
"After a while it started to become a challenge to see how many I could go to so I started documenting them on the Instagram."
Featured Image Credit: LADbible/James Hawes