Woolworths shopper discovers animal ‘fetus’ in bag of seedless red grapes

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Why you should ALWAYS wash your grapes: Woolworths shopper is shocked after discovering a ‘mouse fetus’ in her fruit

  • The animal fetus was found in a bag of Woolworths seedless red grapes
  • Shock find Tuesday seems to be of dead rat
  • The disgusted customer said she had ‘well and truly’ lost her appetite
  • Woolworths is investigating the incident, but further details are scarce

A shopper has been left horrified after discovering a dead animal in her shopping.

The woman, known as Emma, ​​said she found the tiny fetus while washing a bag of seedless red grapes bought from a Woolworths store.

On Tuesday, she posted a photo of her discovery on Facebook.

The disgusted customer said she had “well and truly” lost her appetite after finding the dead animal, which appears to be a mouse.

“Tuesday night and I’ve really lost my appetite,” the nauseating customer wrote on Facebook on Tuesday, after discovering an animal fetus in her Woolworths grapes

“Have you emptied seedless red grapes from the bag into a bowl and found an ugly baby mouse/fetus among them,” she said.

‘No further words needed…’

A Woolworths spokesperson said they would investigate the incident.

“It’s alarming to see what you’ve found in your seedless red grapes and we’d love to look further into it,” they wrote in the comments below her post.

“Please note that we have a fresh or free guarantee, so if you are ever dissatisfied, you can return your receipt or packaging to our service desk and our lovely team will be happy to provide you with a full refund and replacement.”

A Woolworths spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia that they have not yet received any information from the customer.

The disgusted customer, Emma, ​​said she discovered a fetus, which appears to be a mouse, while washing a bag of Woolworths seedless red grapes.

The disgusted customer, Emma, ​​said she discovered a fetus, which appears to be a mouse, while washing a bag of Woolworths seedless red grapes.

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