Mother horrified as live baby mice tumble out of a bag of chips
Imagine the horror of opening a bag crisps and having live pink baby mice fall out. This is exactly what happened to Liz Wray after she picked up a back of crisps at a Tesco supermarket in Aston, Birmingham.
Liz was shopping in the store with a friend when she made the discovery on Friday afternoon. More than a half a dozen mice tumbled from multipacks of crisps, much to the horror of Wray and her work colleague.
‘I was with a work colleague who reached out towards the crisps and started screaming. They dropped down from the shelf.
Suddenly these tiny pink things appeared from the multipacks and were lying in front of us. I’m not sure if they were inside the multipack or if they were just in among the packets.’
When she told the store manager, he said “We can’t do much about it because we are near a canal and railway track and the mice tend to come through the floor.”
A spokesman for the supermarket said: ‘This was clearly an upsetting discovery for our customer, for which we are very sorry.
Pest control experts were in the store to deal with the problem and we are confident this was an isolated incident.
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