A six-year-old child in Montana found a bullet in a snack bag purchased, TMZ, quoted by the entertainment media TMZ on the 6th.
The child’s father, Bow Horn Weasel, told TMZ that his son found a round thing covered with a red coating in the Cheetos puffed food snack bought at a local convenience store. Wessel then contacted the snack manufacturer on social media Facebook and sent them an email reminding them that they had eaten a piece of ammunition in the snack.
The brand’s food producer representative told the New York Post that the company is “committed to ensuring the quality and safety of its products.” The company wrote in an email, “This situation is extremely unusual and disturbing. We have taken steps to investigate and try to find the root cause. We thank Mr. Wessel for bringing this to our attention, and we will continue to work with him to solve this problem.”
In response to the view that Wessel was questioned for the purpose of claiming compensation, Wessel responded that he was not seeking compensation, but only hoped that the manufacturer would ensure that this level of error would not happen again.
The report pointed out that just two weeks ago, an American man said he ate “shrimp tail” in a box of cinnamon toast cereal.