Cake fan is stunned when he bites into his Morrisons raspberry turnover to find BOILED HAM and black curly HAIR

January 13, 2016 | by | 0 Comments

A cake fan d’eclair-ed himself disgusted when he went to eat a raspberry turnover – and found a piece of BOILED HAM and a short, black, curly HAIR inside.

Cake fan Kurt Harrison who has d'eclair-ed himself disgusted when he went to eat a raspberry turnover - and found a piece of BOILED HAM and a short, black, curly HAIR inside (SWNS Group)

Cake fan Kurt Harrison who has d’eclair-ed himself disgusted when he went to eat a raspberry turnover – and found a piece of BOILED HAM and a short, black, curly HAIR inside (SWNS Group)

Bemused Kurt Harrison’s dessert drama started after his sister bought the family a teatime treat from Morrisons supermarket.

But instead of satisfying their sugar rush, the Harrisons were left shocked by the piece of piggy in the middle.
RPY_CAKE_02NHS worker Kurt said: “As I cut into my cake I was shocked to see a piece of pink coloured meat hanging out from beneath the pastry.

“When I opened it up to inspect it, there was a piece of ham lying in the middle.

“After scraping the cream off to be positive it was what I thought it was, there was also another smaller piece of ham rolled up with a black hair sticking out from the middle.

“I debated whether or not to bother doing anything about it and decided I would take a photo and tweet Morrisons asking for an explanation.”

Kurt Harrison (SWNS Group)

Kurt Harrison (SWNS Group)

Kurt, 26, put his unusual treat on social media and says he has had an amazing response.

Kurt, from Preston, Lancs., said: “Hundreds of people from across England retweeted and commented on the post. It was a huge surprise.”

Morrisons have launched an investigation into the strange filling.

Kurt said: “In all fairness Morrisons have been just as shocked as I was. I’ve returned the cake to the store as requested and it is being investigated further.

“They have done what they can to deal with it.”

A spokesman for Morrisons said: “We are investigating and we can’t comment further until we know what it is.”

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