People « couldn’t believe their eyes » after two huge mice were filmed running among some fresh food in a supermarket.
Footage posted on social media on Sunday depicted the ferrets navigating between fresh pastries in the store.
The pests were photographed at a Sainsbury’s store in the UK, with several people trying to locate them exactly.
Commenting on the now viral video, one person said, « Nooooooo. Look, that’s why I can’t eat those open baked things. That’s disgusting. »
Another said, « This video is an excellent example of why supermarkets need to stop selling pastries in the open like this. It’s not just mice that are flies either. »
A third person wrote: « Simply don’t buy open food products from any bakery in the supermarket, they are all the same. Either it will work on mice/mice/flies or it will come in contact with dirty. »
Another said: « I can’t believe what my eyes see. »
While another added: « Thank God this wasn’t Lidl’s bakery. My heart would have broken. »
Then, Mitson posted another video a day later showing a sign outside the supermarket telling customers that the store is closed.
The sign reads: « This store is closed at the moment. Sorry for the inconvenience. »
Sainsbury’s spokesperson mirror said: « We are immediately investigating with the store. »
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