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Re: Snakes/rats/mice/spiders etc in Tesco !
« Reply #250 on: 10-12-18, 09:50PM »
inconvenient? wrong choice of word methinks >:D

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« Reply #251 on: 12-12-18, 10:36AM »
https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/student-takes-bite-out-tesco-13719254
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A student has vowed never to return to Tesco after taking a bite out a profiterole and discovering the cream inside had gone blue with mould.

Niamh Marie Scott was disgusted by the stomach churning find and immediately spat the pudding out.

Makes me feel ill thinking about it.
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« Reply #252 on: 04-02-19, 10:24AM »
Tesco customer finds 'mouldy' rice pudding in Gateshead store

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A Tesco customer felt "physically sick" after finding a mouldy tin of rice pudding in a Gateshead store.

Scott Hill claims he spotted flies and maggots circling the Ambrosia tin found on a pallet near the bread aisle in the Tesco Extra in Trinity Square.

The 21-year-old filmed the disgusting discovery and says it left him feeling so ill he had to leave the store.

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management were made "fully aware" about the incident, and "feedback" will be given to colleagues to ensure it wouldn't happen again.
I'm sure I've read that somewhere before  :o
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Re: Snakes/rats/mice/spiders etc in Tesco !
« Reply #253 on: 04-02-19, 11:35AM »
Obviously a slow news day in Gateshead .........
Hope the poor chap is now over his trauma.
Does he not know it is against civil law to film on private property without permission .... perhaps we should sue ......
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« Reply #254 on: 12-04-19, 11:20AM »
https://www.mylondon.news/news/south-london-news/croydon-tesco-sold-revolting-oozing-16110851

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A Croydon man who slaved over a special chicken dinner for friends for hours was disgusted when it "oozed" open to reveal extremely unappetising green insides.

Lewis-John Robinson was cooking Sunday dinner for 10 friends but it was ruined when the chicken he'd bought that day from a Tesco in Addiscombe was so revolting, it made him throw up.
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Re: Snakes/rats/mice/spiders etc in Tesco !
« Reply #255 on: 30-04-19, 01:33PM »
it already has bat in the centre!
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« Reply #256 on: 30-04-19, 07:47PM »
https://www.mylondon.news/news/south-london-news/croydon-tesco-sold-revolting-oozing-16110851

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A Croydon man who slaved over a special chicken dinner for friends for hours was disgusted when it "oozed" open to reveal extremely unappetising green insides.

Lewis-John Robinson was cooking Sunday dinner for 10 friends but it was ruined when the chicken he'd bought that day from a Tesco in Addiscombe was so revolting, it made him throw up.

Mmmm, yummy. Could have sold it on Craigslist, it's definitely a delicacy somewhere.  :D

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« Reply #257 on: 10-08-19, 10:50AM »
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« Reply #258 on: 17-09-19, 10:12AM »
Tesco customer's shock at finding long strange blob in his mouth after sipping juice
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Dan Hellens, 28, was shocked to find a long brown stringy blob in his mouth after taking a sip of his Tesco apple juice, only for it to turn out to be a form of mould.

Dan, from March, called the grim-looking blob Frederick and reached out to Tesco on social media, documenting his journey to return the "worm".

R.I.P. Frederick  :'(
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« Reply #259 on: 14-11-19, 10:14AM »
A Croydon Tesco Express store's been given a shocking food hygiene rating

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The store, within Saffron Square on Wellesley Road, was visited by inspectors on August 21.

The findings of the inspection have only just been published on the Food Standards Agency (FSA) website, with the store given a food hygiene rating of one out of five - the second lowest possible and meaning "major improvement necessary".

A Croydon Council inspector visited the supermarket on behalf of the FSA and said "hygienic food handling" by staff needed some improvement, as did the cleanliness and condition of the shop.

The management of food safety was also judged to need major improvement by the inspector.
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« Reply #260 on: 06-05-20, 11:45AM »
Deadly Brazilian wandering spiders found in bananas sold at Tesco grocery store, family claims
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The spiders were reportedly identified as Brazilian wandering spiders, one of the most venomous in the world, according to Live Science. If left untreated, a bite from one of these spiders can be deadly, especially to children.

Pest controllers have sealed off the family’s home for two weeks to make sure none of the spiders are still living in the area, The Sun reports.

“They take two hours to kill a human. It was terrifying,” Price told The Sun. “We had to make sure the kids were safe, that comes above anything. It was a hard 48 hours, I can assure you.”

Time to leg it  :o
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