Horses infect your children's sweeties
Yesterday, we wrote about Nestle having their own horse-based scandal, joking that your Kit Kat was filled with hooves or something. Turns out that the confectionary stand could well be a horse-fest.
The Food Standards Agency are now looking at 150 products that contain gelatine and by the end of the month, they'll be naming brands and products for us all to puke wildly with rage at.
Of course, gelatine isn't exactly a pleasant product from the off, being made from the skin and bones of animals. Those who realise this already, and chomp away unaffected, good on you. However, there's going to be people staring at jelly sweets, yoghurts and trifles, wondering how much horse is in there.
Horse has spread to the House of Commons too, with Parliamentary sorts saying that four beef products had been withdrawn from canteens used by MPs, peers and staff.
Everyone seems to agree that horses in food is bad, but other carcasses are fine.