Bolt in burger 1
A woman in Albuquerque, New Mexico ordered a burger at Applebee's and when it came to the table she bit into a rather large bolt that was embedded in the meat. I would have bolted after that. And no, the bolt did not come with a side of nuts.
Silverfish bug in sancocho 2
I nearly had a heart attack when I heard about yet ANOTHER eatery with tainted with vermin. This time in Queens, New York, Natalie Estrella, a customer at Mi Mundo restaurant found a GIANT silverfish bug floating in her sancocho.
Lizard in salad 3
Robin Sandusky found an unwanted reptile in her kale salad from Guy & Gallard. What she thought was a piece of asparagus was unfortunately a piece of a lizard! Yuck!
Snake head in green beans 5
Misty Moser was preparing dinner for her family when a snake head popped up from her bag of frozen green beans. She was not happy with the company's response which was to give her a coupon, when her kids could have gotten sick from it.
Spiders in bananas 6
Consi Taylor bought bananas when she went grocery shopping and didn't expect to get the shock of a lifetime. As she was eating the fruit, a giant deadly Brazilian spider appeared crawling on it and there were also unhatched eggs. Ew!
Spiders on grapes 7
Yvonne Whalen was washing red grapes when she found something slimy and learned it was spider web. Along with it was a deadly black widow spider crawling on the grapes!
Crickets in burgers 8
From all of these on the list, this one is actually done on purpose. A restaurant in downtown Manhattan offers "Grass-whoppers" which contain queso Chihuahua, chipotle mayo, heirloom tomatoes, onion, and romaine lettuce, and crickets inside of a whole-wheat mini pita. I guess if you're the adventurous type go for it!
Frog in Salad 9
A Wall Street Journal reporter found a frog in her salad from upscale eatery, Pret A Manger. The poor woman didn't know the creature had been in her meal until she was half-way finished. The restaurant apologized for the incident and offered her a free lunch for the next time she visited.