The Perfect Salad: Lettuce, Tomatoes, Dead Bird?

So, imagine a nice cosy winter’s evening, a candle lit dinner and your partner. You set the plates and the food that you’ve slaved over all day. The only thing that you bought from the store was ‘fresh’ baby leaves rocket salad which you set lovingly in a glass dish.

And then you see a rotting flesh less carcass.

…hold on.

This is exactly what happened to a couple in England who bought salad from Tesco and found a five inch long dead bird in it.

A complete meal, feathers and all.

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Here’s my opinion…EW.

I have a phobia of dead birds and animals, and when I saw this news online, I visibly cringed and my stomach did sad traumatized back flips. If this happened to me, I would have jumped five feet into the air and taken a million showers.

Oh, and did I mention? The couple had already dug into the salad before the wife uncovered the rotting skeletal remains. So basically, you’ve eaten the germ infested rocket salad leaves already. How do you not just vomit?

Tesco needs new salad.

Seriously.

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. Zen A. says:

    Ugh. First you hear of a finger in a soda can, and now a bird in a salad? That is just too gross. =[

  2. The Cutter says:

    Well, in Tesco’s defense, the bird could have been alive when it was sealed in the bag. Although that’s really not much better.

    1. Viva Violet says:

      I know. Imagine a bird popping out of your salad. Just too weird :/

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