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To return this fish?

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blueskypink Sun 11-Feb-18 20:09:34

I went to cook some sea bass this evening. It was vacuum packed and from M&S. When I took it out of the fridge I could see there was a hair in the pack. I know I could have picked it off, cooked the fish and no harm done.

But ... many years ago I bit into a slice of pizza and there was a thick black hair baked into it. Ever since then hair on food just makes me want to throw up. No way could I have eaten the fish. In fact I didn't really fancy anything to eat after seeing the hair.

Am I being ridiculous or would you take the fish back and complain?

Meandmy4 Sun 11-Feb-18 20:14:47

🤢🤢🤢and more 🤢 I FEEL your pain hair on food ! ... id be sending fish back to M&S via river of puke that fish & hair made me produce !!!

blueskypink Sun 11-Feb-18 20:41:24

Glad you don't think I'm overreacting! DH thought I should just remove the hair and cook the fish! Am still feeling queasy.

NoFuckingRoomOnMyBroom Sun 11-Feb-18 20:46:44

Noooooo YANBU-that is grim😷

Mugglenet Sun 11-Feb-18 21:04:09

Yes, just return. I'm an employee and they will give u a full refund whilst letting the supplier know there is an issue. Will be no problem

AnoiaUnstickMyDrawers Sun 11-Feb-18 21:12:52

You are perfectly reasonable to want a refund. M&S are particularly good at customer service for this type of thing.

Yahdayah Sun 11-Feb-18 21:19:17

You 100% have to take it back, I imagine it’s something they’d want to know as well.

I once had a pubic hair (it makes me gag even typing it) in the bottom of my chicken pitta at Nando’s; I was nearly sick at the table after spotting it. The manager didn’t understand why I was so unhappy and casually blamed the pitta supplier and walked off hmm I ended up with a £20 good will voucher and didn’t eat a Nando’s for a very long time. Urgh.

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