- A Sydney mother has come across a sharp plastic shaving in her bag of cashews
- Edyta Lynch bought a 400 gram bag of the home brand nuts from Coles
- Her main concern when she found it was that her son could have eaten it
When shopping at the supermarket, the last thing you would expect to find is something sharp in your produce.
This is exactly what happened to Sydney mother, Edyta Lynch, after she bought a bag of cashew nuts from Coles supermarket that contained a plastic shaving.
‘I was lucky that my two-year-old didn’t eat it,’ Ms Lynch told 7 News Online.
A Sydney mother, Edyta Lynch, found a plastic shaving in a bag of cashew nuts that she bought from Coles
Ms Lynch was eating the package when she claims she found the shaved plastic in the 400 gram bag of home brand nuts.
To prove her finding she took a photo of the bag of cashews with the plastic coil both inside her bag and a close-up shot on her hand.
Her main concern when she found the plastic was that her young son would come across it and eat it.
Ms Lynch was eating the package when she claims she found the shaved plastic in the 400 gram bag of home brand nuts
Ms Lynch said that she bought the bag of nuts from a New South Wales Coles store
Luckily Ms Lynch was the one that came across the plastic and not her son.
The bag seemed to be fresh as the packet that Ms Lynch purchased had a use by date of March 7, 2018.
Ms Lynch said she has reached out to Coles to let them know about the shaving.
‘I’ve contact Coles via email, online product enquiries. I’m not sure what else to do about it,’ she said (stock image)
‘I’ve contact Coles via email, online product enquiries. I’m not sure what else to do about it,’ she said.
Daily Mail has contacted Coles for comment.