'Do not eat!' – man issues TERRIFYING warning about dots on bananas10/10/2023
‘Do not eat!’: Man issues a TERRIFYING warning about tiny dots found on bananas
A man has issued an alarming warning about small dots found on bananas, urging customers to avoid them if they see small white spots on the fruit.
The warning came in response to a Facebook post from a concerned Asda shopper, who spotted something unusual on the fruit she purchased.
After returning home, the unnamed shopper posted to the Family Lockdown Tips & Ideas Facebook group to see if others could advise her on what to do.
The customer wrote: ‘Anybody have any idea what this white spot is on my banana? Brought from Asda yesterday.’
She shared a picture of the blemished fruit with her message and could have been forgiven for her concern following the responses of other group members.
A man has issued an alarming warning about small dots found on bananas, urging customers to avoid them if they see small white spots on the fruit. The warning came in response to a Facebook post from a concerned Asda shopper, who spotted something unusual on the fruit she purchased
Horrifyingly, one user said: ‘Definitely a spider in there.’
A second added: ‘That looks like a spiders egg sack. Put in a bag and tie it. I would take it back.’
Another replied: ‘This happened to me last year, Bought some bananas and got a free spiders nest with wee tiny spiders coming out of it.’
Heeding the warnings of others, the shopper later provided an update. She said: ‘I can confirm said banana, well the bunch of them (put me off for life) are in the bin outside!
‘I may pour boiling water over them in case they hatch inside the bin and wonder into the house because I do NOT do spiders at the best of times! Let alone venomous ones!’
They continued: ‘May even burn my bin if I’m honest might be the best option (I am of course joking).’
‘That particular ‘white spot’ looks to be a mealy bug nest, they’re completely harmless but as with other insects and they like to make themselves at home in between banana fingers which provide a nice protective habitat for them to live,’ an Asda spokesperson told LADbible.
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