Mum's shocking discovery in baby's chicken lunch

The bone found in a product sold as 100% chicken breast.
The bone found in a product sold as 100% chicken breast.

A TOOWOOMBA mum has expressed her shock and horror at discovering a sharp bone in a chicken product she was about to feed to her baby.

The bone was found in a packet of chicken fingers sold as "`100% chicken breast" at a Coles supermarket in Toowoomba.

"I bought these as a quick lunch option for (my baby) and me but I won't be giving them to her," the mum posted on Facebook.

"I'm just glad she was still napping so didn't get to eat them first.

"Although this is only a small bit, it's sharp and could be dangerous for babies."

The product that contained a 'dangerous' chicken bone.
The product that contained a 'dangerous' chicken bone.

However, the mum admitted that the packaging contained a warning that the product could contain chicken bones.

"I totally understand accidents happen, but seriously?

"It must be pretty common if they write that on the box."



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