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Man finds mouse in his bowl of Rice Krispies

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As hungry Mark Hunter prepared to take his second spoonful of cereal he simply could not believe his eyes.

Because suddenly a dark shape bobbed to the surface of his milk-filled bowl of Rice Krispies and in a nightmare scenario for anyone, it turned out to be a dead mouse.

The calm father of two, 42, from Maida Vale, London, fished it out, dried it off and got straight on the phone to maker Kellogg's.

http://www.dailymail...ent-cereal.html

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OMG !!

After his second spoon full it popped up !

Seriously , I would have been praying to the lino floor god if this happened to me .

Looks like the manufacturer will have to * cough * up some compensation .

TiP.

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:cry:

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And how is this to be believed?

At manufacturing, all cereal goes through sieves, much smaller than a mouse, then directly into the waxed-paper boxes, and sealed.

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And how is this to be believed?

At manufacturing, all cereal goes through sieves, much smaller than a mouse, then directly into the waxed-paper boxes, and sealed.

I smell a rat.

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Aw man, I was not expecting a photo! *gags*

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Not the free surprise I want to find in my cereal.

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snap, crackle, gag!

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I found bugs in my cereal once. I gave up trying to pick them out, so I just poured the milk in and ate them.

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Was it a "free" sample givaway ?.I think I would be aware when tipping something from a packet into a bowl that something was amiss,unless you were lookig at the ceiling when pouring. ?

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