An Australian woman claims she’s found a bullet fragment in a kangaroo steak she purchased from supermarket giant Woolworths.
Taking to Facebook, Kath Milroy Pattingale posted a photo of the steak — which clearly showed the golden shell sitting in the center of the meat.
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“Mmmmmm thanks Woolies — nothing more appetising than a bullet in my kangaroo!,” her post read, which has been liked more than 25,000 times.
“This pic was taken on a chopping board when we were cutting up the meat (a 60mm thick fillet) after taking if off the barbie — it didn’t make it to the dinner plate!”
Pattingale claims she left the meat in the fridge for a Woolworths representative to look at.
Her post was met with 12,000 comments, with some social media users claiming it could be a fraud.
“Looks like a con to me,” one person posted.
“Certainly Woolworths would run their meats through a metal detector before sending it off,” another wrote.
A Woolworths Australia spokesperson told News.com.au in a statement that they “take all customer concerns seriously and are investigating the issue raised.”
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The post has since been deleted off Woolworth’s Facebook. News.com.au has contacted Pattingale for comment.
This article originally appeared on News.com.au.