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Deep-fried lizard, possibly salted egg flavoured, found inside Irvins Salted Egg Fish Skin packet

You're a lizard, Harry.

Nyi Nyi Thet | January 2, 02:46 am

Update, Jan. 2, 2019, 3pm: Irvins has apologised for this incident, is recalling products and is offering refunds. Details here.


Jane Holloway’s family were eating some salted egg fish skin when they noticed something amiss.

Instead of the usual anatomy-less fish skin one would come to expect, they were greeted with a stiff four-legged reptilian creature.

Here you go.

Image from Jane Holloway’s Facebook
Image from Jane Holloway’s Facebook
Image from Jane Holloway’s Facebook
Image from Jane Holloway’s Facebook

As you can see, the lizard appears to have been deep-fried, possibly along with the salmon fish skin.

The woman’s brother immediately crafted a letter of complaint about the salted egg surprise.

Holloway, who is based in Thailand according to her Facebook profile, also dismissed the idea of the lizard dropping into the packet.

Which brought up a terrifying possibility.

Yikes.

Although maybe it’s a special promotion?

Lucky.

Update:

Irvins “sincerely apologises” for dead lizard in packet, promises to investigate further

Image collated from Joan Holloway’s Facebook

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