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A mother went to Facebook on Thursday to express her horror after finding a used patch in her BBQ chicken

Mother gives an urgent warning to customers after finding a BAND-AID in her Woolworths barbecue chicken

  • A woman expressed her shock after finding a used patch in her bbq chicken
  • Vanessa Hubbard, from the north of Adelaide, said the patch was a & # 39; naked & # 39; had color
  • Woolworths compensated Mrs. Hubbard and said they appreciated her feedback
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A mother shared her disgust after finding a plaster in her Woolworths barbecue chicken.

Vanessa Hubbard claimed that she had bought the chicken at a Woolworths supermarket in Burton, Adelaide.

Mrs. Hubbard said the & # 39; nude & # 39; colored plaster was difficult to see and could easily be missed instead of the blue color intended for use in commercial kitchens.

A mother went to Facebook on Thursday to express her horror after finding a used patch in her BBQ chicken

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A mother went to Facebook on Thursday to express her horror after finding a used patch in her BBQ chicken

In a Facebook post, Mrs. Hubbard explained that her husband went to Woolworths and bought the cooked bird.

& # 39; It went in the fridge and last night I was warming it up in the oven for tea. When I pulled the chicken out of the bag, I saw a plaster in the bag! & # 39; Mrs. Hubbard said.

& # 39; I took the chicken back and the staff and store manager were fantastic. I was compensated for this. I just wanted to make people aware of checking your chicken before you eat it. If I hadn't taken it out of the bag to warm up, I might never have noticed it. & # 39;

& # 39; Take it to your local health inspector, & # 39; a person replied.

& # 39; Ewww, that's disgusting, & # 39; another said.

Another person suggested that it could be an absorbent cushion that had not been removed before cooking.

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A Woolworth representative replied to the post and said they appreciated being notified of the rougue patch.

& # 39; Hello Vanessa, we are sorry to see what you found in the chicken. We take product quality seriously, so we are just as concerned to see this. We appreciate the time you have taken to inform us of this; we have passed on your feedback to our quality team for their awareness and improvement. & # 39;

& # 39; We are also happy to hear that our store manager at the Springbank Plaza store takes care of you and they have compensated you for your inconvenience. Let us know if we can help you with anything else. Thank you for bringing this to our attention and for helping us improve the quality of our products. & # 39;

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Woolworths for comments.

A Woolworth representative replied to the post and said they appreciated being informed of the rougue patch (file image)

A Woolworth representative replied to the post and said they appreciated being informed of the rougue patch (file image)

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A Woolworth representative replied to the post and said they appreciated being informed of the rougue patch (file image)

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