The woman claims her kangaroo stead had a bullet shell in it.Source:Facebook
The woman claims her kangaroo stead had a bullet shell in it.Source:Facebook

'There's a bullet in my steak': Woman's Woolies meat claim

AN Australian woman claims she's found a bullet fragment in her kangaroo steak, which she purchased from supermarket giant Woolworths.

Taking to Facebook, Kath Milroy Pattingale posted a photo of the steak - which clearly shows the golden shell sitting in the centre of the meat.

"Mmmmmm thanks Woolies - nothing more appetising than a bullet in my kangaroo!," her post read, which has been liked more than 25,000 times.

The woman claims her kangaroo stead had a bullet shell in it.Source:Facebook
The woman claims her kangaroo stead had a bullet shell in it.Source:Facebook

"This pic was taken on a chopping board when we were cutting up the meat (a 60mm thick fillet) after taking if off the barbie - it didn't make it to the dinner plate!"

Ms Pattingale claims she left the meat in the fridge for a Woolworths representative to look at.

Her post was met with 12,000 comments, with some social media users claiming it could be a stitch up.

"Looks like a con to me," one person posted.

The post has since been deleted after receiving more than 22k likes.Source:Facebook
The post has since been deleted after receiving more than 22k likes.Source:Facebook

"Certainly Woolworths would run their meats through a metal detector before sending it off," another wrote.

A Woolworths Australia spokesperson told news.com.au in a statement that they "take all customer concerns seriously and are investigating the issue raised".

The post has since been deleted off Woolworth's Facebook.

News.com.au has contacted Ms Pattingale for comment.

News Corp Australia

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