Shocking moment pregnant woman, 21, finds KNIFE in her Subway sandwich as she demands apology from fast-food chain
- Nerice Moyse made the discovery after ordering the Subway to her home
- Miss Moyse, who is 17 weeks pregnant, found the blade in a tuna sandwich
- The 21-year-old claimed there has been no apology from Subway as of yet
- Miss Moyse and partner Harley Gildroy had it delivered to their Suffolk home
A pregnant woman has demanded an apology after finding a sharp knife in her Subway sandwich.
Nerice Moyse, who is 17 weeks pregnant, was shocked to find a long, yellow blade in her tuna sandwich she had had delivered to her home in Gorelston, Suffolk, more than a week ago.
The 21-year-old, from Lowestoft, ordered the takeaway to satisfy her pregnancy cravings.
In a video posted to Facebook, Miss Moyse was seen moving the sandwich to reveal a yellow, serrated knife sitting underneath, inside the wrapping.
Nerice Moyse, 21, was shocked when upon opening a tuna sandwich she had had delivered to her home in Gorelston, Suffolk, on Sunday 7 August, also found a knife inside
Miss Moyse said she had not yet received an apology from Subway regarding the incident despite being told she would receive a response in three days
Miss Moyes, who was with her partner Harley Gildroy at the time, said: ‘I just opened it up and was like “Hang on, what?” We both sat there in shock.
‘My partner called Subway in Gorleston High Street and asked “Have you lost one of your yellow knives?” And he was like “Wait. Are you being serious? Like actually?”‘, the Great Yarmouth Mercury reported.
She said she understood that everyone has an ‘off day’ but that staff need to be ‘incredibly careful’ when they work in that environment.
Miss Moyse said she was glad the knife came to her instead a young child or teenager and said staff working in that environment needed to be ‘incredibly careful’
She said her partner called the restaurant to ask if they were missing one of thier yellow knives, to which the staff member replied: “Wait. Are you being serious? Like actually?”
Miss Moyse claimed there was no apology and that she still has the knife in her home.
She added: ‘Straight away I was like “Imagine if a young child or a teenager had found it?” I am glad that it came to me.’
Miss Moyse said she received a reply from the company on Instagram saying they would speak to the Gorleston restaurant and contact her within three days.
MailOnline has approached Subway for comment.