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Shopper finds tooth in cheese bought at supermarket
A shocked shopper bit into a piece of Sainsbury's cheese to find somebody else's TOOTH.
Health experts launched an investigation into claims the rogue gnasher was found in a piece of Wensleydale Jervaulx Blueat purchased at a branch in Cambridge.
Disgusted Jane Betts found the tooth and took it to her dentist, who confirmed it belonged to somebody else.
The 42-year-old said: "This was extremely disturbing and even more so as I had just been to the dentist myself the day before.
"Because of this I thought a piece of my own dental work had come off; I was completely disgusted to find that it was in fact someone else's.
"I was also very confused for several minutes as I searched my mouth and all my teeth looking for where the piece had come off. Now I just feel sick. It was a bizarre and truly horrible coincidence."
The self-employed IT consultant said: "The dentist said it was definitely a piece of dental work from someone's tooth, and it definitely wasn't from any of my teeth.
"He also said the main risk would be from bacteria, but that was not that great 'in a dry environment'. I pointed out that it had been in cheese - which is a good home for bacteria to thrive."
Mrs Betts handed the evidence to Cambridge council's environmental health team and complained to the supermarket's manager.
A Sainsbury's spokeswoman said: "We take great pride in the quality of all the food we sell. We have spoken to Jane and will of course support the environmental health officer with any investigation."
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