Oh, and some metal too. How delicious!
In what must be the worst lucky dip of all time, Melbourne Aldi shoppers have been reporting a number of gross things appearing in foods where they definitely don't belong.
Photos supplied to The Age by Aldi customers show a variety of unwanted items in food, including what appears to be the leg of a starfish inside a tin of smoked mussels.
One of the first reports came last October, when a tub of salted caramel ice cream purchased from Brunswick Aldi came with a free - but unwanted - fingernail.
Thanks, but no thanks, Aldi.
Next, live maggots were reportedly found in a box of Christmas chocolates.
Obviously purchased by someone who was not on Santa's nice list.
More maggots were found last week in a jar of tomato paste from an Aldi store in Abbotsford.
Another Aldi customer reported finding a piece of metal inside a jar of peanut butter, this time, from a store in Melbourne's south-east. The metal, which looked like the tip of a knife, was reported to Consumer Affairs Melbourne. The customer's complaint was then passed on to Casey City Council and apparently ignored.