Bitterwallet reader finds gemstone inside Branston baked beans

Bitterwallet - gem stone found in branston baked beansAvid Bitterwallet reader Caroline Cockburn was in for a treat when she opened a tin of beans for lunch - a gemstone tumbled out the tin as well.

Caroline bought the Branston baked beans at the Duloch Park branch of Tesco in Dunfermline, Fife and was preparing a slap-up feast of Youngs fish, beans and chips. Mmmm.

But upon pouring the beans into a pan, she spotted something unusual amongst them - a square gemstone, black in colour:

Bitterwallet - gem found in baked bean

"My first reaction was obviously shock," Caroline told Bitterwallet. "It looks like part of a cufflink or a shirt button, about 1cm by 1cm square."

Caroline is the sister of one of the editors on our sister website Dealspwn, so we've no doubt that she's a trustworthy sauce (sic) of information. We're waiting from a comment from Premier Foods' press office, and we'll update you once we hear back from them.


  • Marky M.
    If she's Scottish it'll be on ebay by now.
  • Ola S.
    Marky Mark- That's a touch racists?
  • Andy
    xenophobic, not racist..
  • Scottish M.
    Is that a woman's hand? I bet he/she has a beard too!
  • PokeHerPete
    Don't be so racist McRacist! Its the excessive drinking of cheap whiskey which has aged her hands.
  • Ola S.
    Nice to see that xenophobia is socially acceptable on Bitterwallet. And you wonder why the English are despised by everyone including your own breed.
  • PokeHerPete
    woo woo woo woo its the PC police
  • Nobby
    @Ola Senior. Nice to see that xenophobia is socially acceptable on Bitterwallet. Don't be a mong. It is not socially acceptable. It is positively encouraged. You spanish twat.
  • Ola S.
    Good to know what is and isn't acceptable. Bunch of fucktards. BOOOM!
  • stefcha
    Plus everyone knows Marky Mark is an American anyway, whose penchant for consumer website comment sections whilst between filming is well documented. In contrast, the Funky Bunch do little else these days other than slate his films over on imdb.
  • Onion R.
    Caroline Cockburn snigger....
  • Nobby
    I recognise those tiles. I'm sure they were in the reader's wives section last month.
  • Paul C.
    I didn't think Gollum had to stoop so low as to eat Branston beans nowadays......
  • Bitterwallet B.
    [...] Last week we told you how avid Bitterwallet reader Caroline Cockburn had happened upon a gem stone inside a tin of Branston Baked Beans: [...]
  • Branston S.
    [...] family enjoyed them. Now I get to the reason for this complaint – I buy Branston Baked Beans in packs of 4 and 2 or 3 packs back I started to notice less and less beans and more and more [...]

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