A TESCO customer was horrified after finding "partially digested feed" inside her chicken.

Lynnette Parker from Malton, York was disgusted after opening up the £4.75 supermarket bird and discovering the grim contents.



She shared stomach-churning photos showing the Tesco-brand chicken covered in what appears to be grains and feed.

Snaps showed slimy bits of yellow corn and grey mushy pieces that the extra-large bird is thought to have eaten.

The grains appear to be lodged inside the chicken, which is labelled as coming "from trusted farms".

The chicken's packaging also boasts that the bird was: "Fed on a wholegrain diet for a succulent texture."

CHICKEN FURY

Lynnette posted the photos on Tesco's Facebook page to complain, writing: “I know they’re fed on wholegrain.

"I just didn’t fancy seeing the wholegrain and the no-longer-wholegrain but partially digested all over the top of my chicken, in the bin it goes!”

Tesco's customer service team responded to the post saying they were "sincerely sorry" and branded the poultry "awful".

A spokesman promised to share Lynnette's comments with the supplier.

Other social media users were also unimpressed.

I just didn’t fancy seeing the wholegrain and the no-longer-wholegrain but partially digested all over the top of my chicken, in the bin it goes

Pam Farrow urged Lynnette to complain further, saying: “Send them the photos and a note it doesn't make you want to eat it.”

And Vickie  Kenyon joked: “Where’s the carrots?”

Sun Online has contacted Tesco for comment.

It is not the first time Tesco has received complaints about their chicken.

In March this year, customers were shocked to cut into their meat to discover it was bright green inside.

Kelly Smith, 33, from Yately, Hampshire purchased a chicken from Tesco in March and posted to social media: “‘Everyone be careful eating chicken from Tesco!

“I’ve just cooked this and when I cut into it, I found this. It is  bright green and looks like a chemical in the meat!”

Tesco reassured customers the meat was safe to eat and said the colouring was the result of the  birds flapping their wings too vigorously.

In August, a Tesco shopper was left horrified after spotting a dead locust in a bag of watercress.

The unnamed man found the insect in a bag of greens in the Ben Travers Way store in Burnham-on-Sea.

In 2017, a horrified Tesco customer spotted bugs crawling in a bowl of porridge oats her nan had just poured out for breakfast.

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