A woman is disgusted after she allegedly found a dead rat inside her bag of potato chips.
When Esther De La Rosa from Tampico, Tamaulipas, Mexico, went to buy a packet of salted chips from her local shop, she had no idea what was hiding inside.
After opening the bag of Barcel Chips in her car, she was shocked to discover a dead rat amongst the chips and says she has been left traumatised.
Esther later took to Facebook to share her horrific ordeal.
In the post, she shows several bags of crisps on a store shelf, as well as her own bag with a rodent visibly hanging out the packet.
"I got a rat in the potato chips!" she captioned the post.
"It's incredible this happened, I never imagined it.
"These were always my favourite.
"Don't buy these chips ever again, take care of your children."
Esther also shared the allegedly contaminated crisps on her Twitter account.
Chips Barcel, the company which makes the crisps promptly replied with a response that asked Esther to send them more detail in a private message.
Many users have flocked to the comments to share their disgust.
"IS SHE ALIVE?" wrote one person.
"So good that it came out as soon as you opened it and not that you ate some and then it came out," said someone else.
"Mmm meat," joked a third.
"Surprise gift," another added.
Jam Press has contacted Chips Barcel for comment.
Shopper slams Woolworths over disgusting find in delivery
It comes after a Woolworths shopper blasted the supermarket for delivering her a "jar of mould masquerading as passata" in her grocery delivery earlier this year.
The shopper, Emma Wietschorke, was shocked to discover the Woolworths Essential Chunky Tomato Pasta Sauce she received from the Vincentia store on Tuesday was riddled with mould.
Ms Wietschorke also shared several photos of the Woolworths Essentials sauce, which clearly show green mould growing inside the jar.
Meanwhile, much of the sauce at the top of the jar had curdled and was an off-white colour.
Woolworths told Yahoo News Australia that they "didn't get it right" in this instance, but have since resolved the issue with the customer.
"We have a dedicated team of personal shoppers who work hard to handpick thousands of online orders to the highest standard every day," said the spokesperson.
"While our teams work hard to provide a great experience every time, we don't always get it right," the spokesperson admitted.
"We have since resolved this with the customer and provided a full refund."
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