Look away now arachnophobes! This salad is enough to make your stomach churn.
It is the Australian supermarket that has branded themselves as the ‘Fresh Food People’ but one unlucky customer appears to have received the shock of her life.
Brooke Wiramanaden, from Melbourne, said she was left feeling disgusted when she claims she found a giant spider nestled in her salad.
‘What can I say, I wasn’t impressed, the fact that I almost ate it made me sick,’ Ms Wiramanaden told Daily Mail Australia.
‘You buy these products thinking it’s going to be OK as the packet clearly says washed and ready to use.’
One Woolworths customer appears to have received the shock of her life after she claims she found a spider in her pre-packaged salad leaves
She bought the salad leaves at a Woolworths store in Hampton Park in the city’s south east.
‘It made me sick – what else did I eat, were there eggs or other things lurking there? I buy a lot of prewashed salads and now I’m completely put off them all together.’
Brooke posted a photo of the special guest to the Woolies Facebook page saying that she ‘wasn’t happy’.
A Woolworths spokesperson responded to Ms Wiramanaden’s social media post.
‘We’re very concerned about this, Brooke, and take incidents like this very seriously. For your awareness this has been escalated for immediate investigation,’ the spokesperson said.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted Woolworths for comment.
Brooke Wiramanaden, from Melbourne, (pictured left) was half way through eating her salad before she allegedly found the spider nestled in it
She bought the salad leaves at a Woolworths store in Hampton Park in the city’s south east
In the image a large visible spider was allegedly found in the salad she had prepared.
Brooke said she showed her colleagues the arachnid and snapped a photo before setting the spider free.
Knowing that this spider had been hiding in her produce made Brooke feel sick to her stomach, especially because she had eaten most of the salad before noticing her hairy friend.
One man also posted his surprise finding to the Woolworths Facebook page when he allegedly found a worm resting on his head of iceberg lettuce
Unfortunately this isn’t the first time that a friendly critter appears to have reared its head in Woolworths produce.
One man also posted his surprise finding to the Woolworths Facebook page when he claims to have found a worm resting on his head of iceberg lettuce.
‘What quality is this? All this hype about quality and then this?’ he captioned the photo he posted.