October 5th, 2007 09:33 EST
Woman finds rodent head in her can of green beans
If Marianne Watson follows Wal-Mart's advice, she might be keeping what could be a rodent head frozen in her freezer for the next two years.
The Lehi resident found the remnant Sunday in a can of green beans that she purchased from a Wal-Mart in American Fork.
Watson, 49, was preparing lunch for her family, when she noticed something unusual in the pan.
"I'm queasy just talking about it," she said Monday. "Thank goodness it ended up on the top and not the bottom, so I didn't serve it to them."
When Watson called the Wal-Mart store Sunday, she said a manager told her to put the item in a bag in her freezer but that it might take up to two years for the matter to be resolved.
How much does Wal-Mart care about its product safety? Wait two years to find out.
In the meantime, tell your friends and family about this disgusting story:
This isn't the only product safety news story to come out in the past few days. Over the weekend, Topps Meat Company recalled 21.7 million pounds of hamburger contaminated with E. coli - meat that, in part, was sold at Wal-Mart and Sam's Club stores.
Twenty one people from Connecticut, Florida, Indiana, Maine, New Jersey, New York, Ohio and Pennsylvania are ill.
Wal-Mart claims that product safety is a concern, but that's not what their track record proves. From toxic toys to vermin veggies, Wal-Mart doesn't seem to care about the quality of products they sell - just as long as they're cheap.
Tell your friends and family the truth about Wal-Mart:
Thanks for spreading the word!
By Brianna Lange
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