You want to make yourself a nice Bloody Mary so you get your vodka, Worcestershire sauce, horseradish, Tabasco sauce, a lemon, salt, pepper, celery, and tomato juice. But Jade Smith has a secret ingredient in her Bloody Mary recipe – “a fetus.” I typically enjoy a slice of bacon in my Bloody Mary, but to each their own.
Jade purchased the tomato juice for her Bloody Mary from Aldi, but soon noticed she got way more than she bargained for.
“I opened it and it didn’t feel right, so for some reason I decided to open the actual container,” Smith said. “When I shook it, it felt like there was something hard in there.”
To her surprise, she found something that “looked like a fetus.”
“When I got to the bottom I found this vile object. I looked at it and took it out because I could just not believe it.”
The 29-year-old woman from Britain explained that it looked like a fetus because it had “an eye and two little legs.”
She complained to Aldi’s customer services department and they issued her a $10 gift card. They also offered their analysis on the object in the tomato juice.
“We have conducted our assessment on the above complaint and we have identified the foreign body as mold and not as sinister as you first suspected.”
Fetus or no fetus, that is not a good look and will not make for a tasty Bloody Mary.