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Dead bird found in bag of supermarket salad

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A ROMANTIC couple put a Tesco salad on their plates after cooking steak and chips to dine by candlelight — and found a DEAD BIRD in it.

Horrified hubby James Watson only spotted the stomach-churning extra in his portion after he had taken three mouthfuls.

http://www.thesun.co...d-in-salad.html

http://www.telegraph...cket-salad.html

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Well, makes a change from Horse.

Anyway, what kind of cheapo has a Tesco rocket salad for their romantic meal with dimmed lights? Should've taken her out somewhere, see.

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I smell...LAWSUIT!

Lawyer: Your honor, when my client looked down to take a fourth bite of his meal, he got a bird's-eye view of what he was actually eating. *shows picture*

Judge:

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A ROMANTIC couple put a Tesco salad on their plates after cooking steak and chips to dine by candlelight — and found a DEAD BIRD in it.

Horrified hubby James Watson only spotted the stomach-churning extra in his portion after he had taken three mouthfuls.

http://www.thesun.co...d-in-salad.html

http://www.telegraph...cket-salad.html

LMAO if this guy cooked those steaks and couldn't go the extra mile to make a fresh salad then i think this is funny as hell :lol:

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EWwww I use those salad bags all the time. Just easier to open it up and put some dressing on it and voila. Now I will check twice before buying another one.

How did it even get in there? They chop up the salad, so chopped birdy con mei?

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EWwww I use those salad bags all the time. Just easier to open it up and put some dressing on it and voila. Now I will check twice before buying another one.

How did it even get in there? They chop up the salad, so chopped birdy con mei?

Just remember next time you open a bag,the company may have added a bit of protein already for the woman on the go :w00t: hahaha

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You guys find way to much weird **** in your salads . This ,for once,doesn't happen in the US .Not a lot anyway .

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How the hell did he not notice it when he put it on the plate ?

Something smell foul to me :w00t:

TiP.

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First various insects, and I think even a rat/mouse. Now a bird.

What's next, a human head? :passifier:

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Maybe it's time for people not to buy from tescos

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That's nothing. I once found a bag of salad in a dead bird.

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As Tesco says, "Every Little Helps.".

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As Tesco says, "Every Little Helps.".

Tesco are having a tough time at the moment!! Everyone seems to be blaming them. :whistle:

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I think I'm never going to buy a bag of salad again. Too many stowaways.

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This happens too often to be a mere accident... I don't see how a bird could get into a bag of salad?

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