Dude Bites Into His M&M’s Chocolate Bar And HOLY HELL WHAT IS THAT DEVIL CREATURE?!

by 6 months ago

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In the past couple years, there have been multiple stories that have emerged centering around ‘Holy shit I found this disgusting creature in my (insert unhealthy food here).’ Some of those accusations have been warranted, while others were just a shameless ploy to get free Popeye’s chicken for life.

So before I go nailing M&M’s to a cross, it’s important to know that these stories are ‘he said, she said’ and we may never know the truth.

With that said, HOLY SHIT LOOK AT THIS DEVIL CREATURE A DUDE FOUND IN HIS CHOCOLATE BAR!

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Kyle Rosewarne from Melbourne, Australia had eaten four pieces of the Crispy Mint-flavoured bar (these are a thing?), bought from Coles supermarket, when he noticed a cockroach lodged in the middle.

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He then took a picture and posted it on Facebook saying, “I have messaged M&M’s Australia several times for them to call me regarding this, but they have failed to do so.”

In response to Kyle’s accusation, a Mars Chocolate Australia spokesperson told Daily Mail they believed the cockroach found its way into the chocolate bar after the wrapper had been removed.

“We immediately contacted him to request the product and also worked with an entomologist to conduct a preliminary review to determine the insect’s species and origin,” the spokesperson said.

“This review has found the insect did not enter the packaging prior to being shipped from our manufacturing facility, as this species does not occur in the region where the product was manufactured.

“Given each block of chocolate we manufacture undergoes 31 quality checks and safety tests, and microbiological testing before it is packaged and shipped, it is extremely likely it entered the product packaging after it was opened.”

Strong case.

Rosewarne replied, “If it went in after I ate the initial four pieces then when I went to have more, don’t you think it would have crawled out as soon as I picked it up? Why would the thing be dead then?”

So either this dude Kyle has way too much time on his hands and has an axe to grind with a chocolate company, or cockroaches are nesting in our candies. Nice.

[h/t Telegraph]


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