Mom Finds A Snake Head In Canned Green Beans During Dinner

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Let this be a lesson to those who don’t inspect all the contents of any food that is ‘canned’.

Michelle Bentley and her 7-year-old daughter were snacking on some canned green beans as they waiting for the rest of their meal to be done cooking…nothing out of the ordinary…just a little light snacking prior to the main course.

She explained:

The beans were done cooking, and as usual my 7-year-old and me would walk by and steal a bean off the top, blow it to cool and eat it. We LOVE the seasoning.

The mom stated that her and her daughter had skimmed a few off of the top to eat before placing the rest on the other children’s dinner plates. That’s when they all noticed the snakes head. Resting upon one of the plates as though it was trying to blend in as a green bean! That’s right folks…a freaking snake’s head! Gross!!!

When I spooned it out, I seen the snake head on the spoon. I screamed, my 2 girls were in the kitchen and seen it and screamed. My 7-year-old who ate the beans started getting upset because she knew me and her ate it and she was scared she was going to get sick.

Michelle called the company who canned the beans and she stated that the representative who answered, didn’t seem overly concerned. Instead, the person offered her two vouchers for more green beans.

As a rule of thumb, if you ever find anything gross or strange in packaged food, you should contact the manufacturer immediately. How they choose to handle the situation from that point forward, is up to them.

According to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), you can also report “foreign objects” found in food to health agencies.

Either way…this is completely gross.