Nice lady finds toad in tin of beans

Imagine opening up a tin of beans and finding a dead toad in them. That's what one lady had to endure over in Indiana.

Gloria Chubb was making dunner for her son when she discovered the corpse of an amphibian in her tin of green beans, leaving her nauseated for days.

She said: "My son put some on his plate and said, 'What is that?' I had it in my hand because I was trying to figure out what it was."

She added: "It was a toad with parts of his little legs all in the green beans, other than that he was fully intact... [I don't think] I'll have green beans anytime soon. We eat a lot of green beans. We do. We did. Nobody wants any more now."

Maybe Ms Chubb might acquaint herself with the idea of fresh green beans now?


  • Inspector G.
    Lies! Packaged food is weighed and x-rayed before its sent out to the shops to ensure this kind of thing doesn't happen.
  • bob
    Sounds like she got a good deal to me. Like buying a wallet, then find a £20 note inside it. Bonus!!
  • hotmail r.
    You cant x-ray tins. The food is usually x-rayed soon before it goes into the tins but anybody with any knowledge of anything, at all, in the world, knows you can't x-ray through metal, you moron.

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