A customer of the discounter giant Aldi Süd is now shocked by an appalling finding. In a photo, the woman documents her discovery.
Munich – With a truly disgusting find, now shocked a customer of Aldi South. On the discounts official Facebook page, the customer publishes a picture of a strange looking object. The accidental "side dish" blended accordingly with her from the discount giant buying butter vegetables. Upon closer examination, however, the customer must then have lost his appetite.
Horror finds in Aldi butter vegetables: customer publishes photo
It's just a small, eye-catching brown thing that a customer apparently keeps on a handkerchief in front of the camera. But the upsetting finding turned the customer into an Aldi South branch right in their food. As the awful woman explained on the discounter's official Facebook page, the disgusting mucus graft was just found in her previously purchased buttercream at Aldi Süd. "That's what you find in Aldi's buttery vegetables! Disgusting!", The woman from her involuntarily found "supplement" shows horrified.
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What exactly is the undefinable brown matter remains unclear in the Facebook post. Shortly after their complaint, the discount giant then speaks for itself. "Thank you for informing us directly about the unrelated piece in the butter vegetable. We would like to forward your information to our quality department and the supplier as soon as possible for review," explains Aldi Süd during the published photo.
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Through a contact form, the angry customer can then report his disgusting finding. Whether the disgusting find was actually in the buttered vegetables, and what the slimy graft is about, probably remains a mystery.
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