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Woman's worst find in a sandwich: "Too big"

Woman’s worst find in a sandwich: “Too big”

Natalie MudgeThe 33-year-old bought a pre-packaged sandwich with bacon, lettuce and tomato with “extra fresh ingredients” at supermarket chain Sainsbury’s in Wantage, Oxfordshire, England.

As she was about to open the package, she saw two eyes staring back at her. Two eyes become four. The sandwich contained two large black beetles, Metro reported.

Beetles were found through plastic wrap

Nathalie Mudge told the newspaper that the bugs were so big they could see through the outer plastic wrap. After the incident, she struggled to eat food and could no longer eat packaged food – she was now scared.

Natalie Mudge was given £200 in vouchers after she complained about two inch insects in her lunch.

But Natalie Mudge has now criticized the chain’s compensation as “inadequate”.

Disgusting invention in a sandwich. Photo: SNWS

Food chain stores edible insects

The chain has received criticism before, as reported last year Newspaper About many people who bought fruits and vegetables, where insects twisted and turned inside.

In fact, in 2018, it became the first supermarket chain in the UK to stock edible insects. Barbecue-flavored grilled crickets were sold in 250 stores across the country.

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