Hurstpierpoint woman finds cockroach in Tesco spinach

Woman finds cockroach in her spinach

Laura Platt

Woman finds cockroach in her spinach

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A supermarket has apologised after a woman found a dead cockroach in her bag of spinach.

Laura Platt, 28, of Hurstpierpoint, told how she vomited after making the skin-crawling discovery in her bag of washed Tesco spinach last month.

The beauty salon owner bought the vegetable from the Tesco Superstore in Burgess Hill.

But she only discovered the creepy-crawly when she went to cook the spinach for lunch – days after having already eaten half the bag.

Laura said: “I love greens and ate half a bag of it shortly after buying it.

“I was really poorly afterwards for about two days, but I didn’t know what could have caused it.

“To get myself better I thought I needed more vitamins so decided to go and cook the rest of it.

"That’s when I found it.

“I was shocked and went and threw up for about 20 minutes.

“I was feeling poorly already and I think when I found it, I realised that I’d probably eaten parts of the cockroach.

“It was disgusting.”

Laura phoned Tesco customer services to complain, but said she was greeted by a less-than-sympathetic advisor on the other end of the line.

She added: “She didn’t really care that there was a cockroach in my spinach and just said I should have gone to the doctors straight away. Because I didn’t she said I can’t prove I was sick because of the cockroach.

“They didn’t care much about what had actually happened.”

Tesco later offered Laura a written apology and a £20 voucher for groceries – but the good-will gesture was politely declined.

She said: “I haven’t eaten any greens since, it’s really put me off which is a shame. I can’t imagine how it got in there as the stuff is meant to be washed.

“Maybe it crawled in afterwards.”

Tesco told The Argus it sets itself “very high standards” for the quality of its food and apologised for the grim discovery.

A spokesman for the supermarket said: “We set ourselves very high standards for the safety and quality of our food and we were sorry to hear of this incident.

“We are investigating the issue with our supplier and will keep Mrs Platt informed with the findings.

“We have also offered Mrs Platt a gesture of goodwill for any inconvenience caused.”

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7:43am Wed 28 May 14

John Steed says...

bit of an over reaction, good job it wasnt the giant saudi arabian variety. and to be fair, cockroaches abound in modern houses and buildings, ask any gas engineer who has whipped the cover off a boiler or opened the pcb box to find it full of these little scutlers. they are as common as bed bugs. I will not make any comment about other well known locations to find them, but plumbers & electricians will know the type of star rated premises I refer too.
bit of an over reaction, good job it wasnt the giant saudi arabian variety. and to be fair, cockroaches abound in modern houses and buildings, ask any gas engineer who has whipped the cover off a boiler or opened the pcb box to find it full of these little scutlers. they are as common as bed bugs. I will not make any comment about other well known locations to find them, but plumbers & electricians will know the type of star rated premises I refer too. John Steed
  • Score: 28

8:23am Wed 28 May 14

afterovid says...

If she'd had it tested she will find it's a Brighton and Hove Albion supporter. Then the best thing to do would be to find a dog with a large piece of cash-munching excreta stuck to it's rear that the cockroach could follow.
If she'd had it tested she will find it's a Brighton and Hove Albion supporter. Then the best thing to do would be to find a dog with a large piece of cash-munching excreta stuck to it's rear that the cockroach could follow. afterovid
  • Score: -34

8:33am Wed 28 May 14

B rian Tawses left foot says...

She should be grateful for the unexpected meat. In the navy in the war they were served up as 'Devils on Horseback'.
She should be grateful for the unexpected meat. In the navy in the war they were served up as 'Devils on Horseback'. B rian Tawses left foot
  • Score: 8

8:58am Wed 28 May 14

hoveguyactually says...

A few years ago I bought some pomegranates in a Sainsburys store. When I cut into the first one, a lot of ants suddenly ran out. I immediately threw all the fruit into the rubbish bin, and did a massive clean up of the flat in case any escaped. Of course I had no proof after that. I complained to the store, who refunded the cost of the fruit, but there was no mention of compensation. I should really have put the whole lot into a sealed bag and taken it along to the store. Since then I have never been able to eat a pomegranate. The memory of it is sickening.
A few years ago I bought some pomegranates in a Sainsburys store. When I cut into the first one, a lot of ants suddenly ran out. I immediately threw all the fruit into the rubbish bin, and did a massive clean up of the flat in case any escaped. Of course I had no proof after that. I complained to the store, who refunded the cost of the fruit, but there was no mention of compensation. I should really have put the whole lot into a sealed bag and taken it along to the store. Since then I have never been able to eat a pomegranate. The memory of it is sickening. hoveguyactually
  • Score: -7

9:10am Wed 28 May 14

Quiterie says...

Cockroaches are unlikely to be a danger because they clean themselves fastidiously (a bit like cats). They are also packed full of nutrients and protein if eaten. What's the problem?
Cockroaches are unlikely to be a danger because they clean themselves fastidiously (a bit like cats). They are also packed full of nutrients and protein if eaten. What's the problem? Quiterie
  • Score: 33

9:10am Wed 28 May 14

hubby says...

Mmmmm .......crunchy!
Mmmmm .......crunchy! hubby
  • Score: 3

9:35am Wed 28 May 14

chemicaljax says...

Was that a problem - the spinach wasn't cooked nor in a cooked dish. And even though the bag o spinach is 'washed', surely you'd wash it again & check for bugs? Pointless news item - waste of journalist's wages!
Was that a problem - the spinach wasn't cooked nor in a cooked dish. And even though the bag o spinach is 'washed', surely you'd wash it again & check for bugs? Pointless news item - waste of journalist's wages! chemicaljax
  • Score: 24

9:38am Wed 28 May 14

TIMBURRY says...

She found the bug days after eating half the bag, nuff said ... I hope Tesco's have a good look in her house.
She found the bug days after eating half the bag, nuff said ... I hope Tesco's have a good look in her house. TIMBURRY
  • Score: 25

9:42am Wed 28 May 14

We love Red Billy says...

You find all kinds of nasty things in your greens. Brighton and Hove being a case in point.
You find all kinds of nasty things in your greens. Brighton and Hove being a case in point. We love Red Billy
  • Score: 48

11:21am Wed 28 May 14

ZeeGee, ffs says...

So there is absolutely no way that cockroach got into the bag during those 'days' it was open in her house.

*facepalm*
So there is absolutely no way that cockroach got into the bag during those 'days' it was open in her house. *facepalm* ZeeGee, ffs
  • Score: 9

11:23am Wed 28 May 14

made up says...

Didn't find anything when she first opened it. Had it open in HER house for two days before discovering the cockroach. Maybe nothing to do with Tescos at all.
Didn't find anything when she first opened it. Had it open in HER house for two days before discovering the cockroach. Maybe nothing to do with Tescos at all. made up
  • Score: 21

11:35am Wed 28 May 14

AGravi says...

Doesn't look like Spinach - looks like cabbage - just saying
Doesn't look like Spinach - looks like cabbage - just saying AGravi
  • Score: 9

11:50am Wed 28 May 14

maxiboy_ says...

Quiterie wrote:
Cockroaches are unlikely to be a danger because they clean themselves fastidiously (a bit like cats). They are also packed full of nutrients and protein if eaten. What's the problem?
Ridiculous comment.

Cockroaches transport microbes on their body surfaces including those that are potentially dangerous to humans and these microbes are NOT removed from their body by 'self cleaning'.

I would urge consumers to stay well clear of these sealed, ready salad bags because the salad is washed by machine and salad should be fresh. Always prepare your own salads at home with thorough washing in clean water.
[quote][p][bold]Quiterie[/bold] wrote: Cockroaches are unlikely to be a danger because they clean themselves fastidiously (a bit like cats). They are also packed full of nutrients and protein if eaten. What's the problem?[/p][/quote]Ridiculous comment. Cockroaches transport microbes on their body surfaces including those that are potentially dangerous to humans and these microbes are NOT removed from their body by 'self cleaning'. I would urge consumers to stay well clear of these sealed, ready salad bags because the salad is washed by machine and salad should be fresh. Always prepare your own salads at home with thorough washing in clean water. maxiboy_
  • Score: -12

12:13pm Wed 28 May 14

TIMBURRY says...

I'd be more worried about what killed the cockroache, with that Popeye food it should have been alive and kicking
I'd be more worried about what killed the cockroache, with that Popeye food it should have been alive and kicking TIMBURRY
  • Score: 2

1:08pm Wed 28 May 14

Old Ale Man says...

I don't shop at Tesco's, however if the bag has been open for some time at her home I don't see how they can nessecarilly be held to blame and if I had found it I would not have held Tesco's to blame.
I don't shop at Tesco's, however if the bag has been open for some time at her home I don't see how they can nessecarilly be held to blame and if I had found it I would not have held Tesco's to blame. Old Ale Man
  • Score: 3

1:51pm Wed 28 May 14

firemanste says...

over reaction by this woman and prob thinking of claiming compensation by now
over reaction by this woman and prob thinking of claiming compensation by now firemanste
  • Score: 18

2:15pm Wed 28 May 14

NickBrt says...

Caroline will be sitting in the street outside that Tesco now as a protest.
Caroline will be sitting in the street outside that Tesco now as a protest. NickBrt
  • Score: 3

2:18pm Wed 28 May 14

Mr chock says...

TIMBURRY wrote:
I'd be more worried about what killed the cockroache, with that Popeye food it should have been alive and kicking
ohhh i was not sure when we will see the Sympathy for the cockroach .. its like the story on tiggy the dead Greyhound the owner is still very upset over that maybe she will start a "just giving page for the dead cockroach to save others suffering in this way....
Laura phoned Tesco customer services to complain, but said she was greeted by a less-than-sympatheti
c advisor on the other end of the line. TESCOs are just taking calls its not clear who she spoke with but tescos will refund her the bag and also send her a voucher ... i fell a bit shocked over this story but like Zzeeegee said this is not a cockroach got in throu her house its a farm yard type roach you all must have seen that its not german type that almost immune to all armoury in the pest killers ammoury againsts what is a remarkable insect

Laura Platt, i concur this will have bene very distressing and yes voment making will you update in this comments what tescos communications are ..
[quote][p][bold]TIMBURRY[/bold] wrote: I'd be more worried about what killed the cockroache, with that Popeye food it should have been alive and kicking[/p][/quote]ohhh i was not sure when we will see the Sympathy for the cockroach .. its like the story on tiggy the dead Greyhound the owner is still very upset over that maybe she will start a "just giving page for the dead cockroach to save others suffering in this way.... Laura phoned Tesco customer services to complain, but said she was greeted by a less-than-sympatheti c advisor on the other end of the line. TESCOs are just taking calls its not clear who she spoke with but tescos will refund her the bag and also send her a voucher ... i fell a bit shocked over this story but like Zzeeegee said this is not a cockroach got in throu her house its a farm yard type roach you all must have seen that its not german type that almost immune to all armoury in the pest killers ammoury againsts what is a remarkable insect Laura Platt, i concur this will have bene very distressing and yes voment making will you update in this comments what tescos communications are .. Mr chock
  • Score: -5

3:51pm Wed 28 May 14

clubrob6 says...

Sometimes I think people need to find something to worry about,we eat loads of insects especially in grain products in fact in fact there are limits how many insects are in bought products.Surely its common sense to wash things when you get them even fruit.I go to farmers markets the veg often has insects in them.This woman quite simply over reacted if it was a cigarette but then there would be cause for concern but the odd insect will get through I think some people call it nature.
Sometimes I think people need to find something to worry about,we eat loads of insects especially in grain products in fact in fact there are limits how many insects are in bought products.Surely its common sense to wash things when you get them even fruit.I go to farmers markets the veg often has insects in them.This woman quite simply over reacted if it was a cigarette but then there would be cause for concern but the odd insect will get through I think some people call it nature. clubrob6
  • Score: 1

4:05pm Wed 28 May 14

Number Six says...

I grow my own lettuces. If I find any wildlife in them should I report it to the Argus and then award myself compensation?
I grow my own lettuces. If I find any wildlife in them should I report it to the Argus and then award myself compensation? Number Six
  • Score: 15

4:30pm Wed 28 May 14

s&k says...

Every little helps.
Every little helps. s&k
  • Score: 4

5:24pm Wed 28 May 14

cleggandbacon says...

... why wasn't it on the meat counter?
... why wasn't it on the meat counter? cleggandbacon
  • Score: 0

7:01pm Wed 28 May 14

Maxwell's Ghost says...

I would be more worried about the chlorine these washed salad products are cleaned with. ......probably killed the cockroach.
I would be more worried about the chlorine these washed salad products are cleaned with. ......probably killed the cockroach. Maxwell's Ghost
  • Score: 8

8:48pm Wed 28 May 14

CaliforniaGirl says...

What was her aim in complaining to Tesco? What did she expect them to do? Offer her £1,000 instead of £20? Why did she bring this to the attention of the press? Does extortion spring to mind? Just saying.
What was her aim in complaining to Tesco? What did she expect them to do? Offer her £1,000 instead of £20? Why did she bring this to the attention of the press? Does extortion spring to mind? Just saying. CaliforniaGirl
  • Score: 5

9:33pm Wed 28 May 14

Ringmer Rich says...

Seriously.. this is a news story?
Seriously.. this is a news story? Ringmer Rich
  • Score: -1

9:39pm Wed 28 May 14

NathanAdler says...

A natural product (spinach) is found in conjunction with a natural creature (cockroach). Yes, there should be better control, but given the fact MILLIONS of people eat salad from shops everyday and this is very, very rare, what's the problem? Silly cow should have taken the £20 and shut her stupid noise.

In her "beauty salon" has she or one of her bimbos never made a mistake and shaved some lasses minnie too much or spray tanned some chavette for too long??

Mistakes happen, get over yourself. NOBODY DIED!!!
A natural product (spinach) is found in conjunction with a natural creature (cockroach). Yes, there should be better control, but given the fact MILLIONS of people eat salad from shops everyday and this is very, very rare, what's the problem? Silly cow should have taken the £20 and shut her stupid noise. In her "beauty salon" has she or one of her bimbos never made a mistake and shaved some lasses minnie too much or spray tanned some chavette for too long?? Mistakes happen, get over yourself. NOBODY DIED!!! NathanAdler
  • Score: 3

9:56pm Wed 28 May 14

ZeeGee, ffs says...

I see that some misery at The Yarg-us has removed the posts about how pretty she is......


.....wasn't the whole point of the story to have an attractive face on its miserable site?
I see that some misery at The Yarg-us has removed the posts about how pretty she is...... .....wasn't the whole point of the story to have an attractive face on its miserable site? ZeeGee, ffs
  • Score: 1

10:18pm Wed 28 May 14

FatherTed11 says...

Sounds like **** to me..She was clearly expecting a generous payout but instead got a measly £20 voucher so now wants publicity in the Argus.

She'll probably be in Celeb Big Brother this year. Stupid cow.
Sounds like **** to me..She was clearly expecting a generous payout but instead got a measly £20 voucher so now wants publicity in the Argus. She'll probably be in Celeb Big Brother this year. Stupid cow. FatherTed11
  • Score: 12

10:45pm Wed 28 May 14

getThisCoalitionOut says...

I'd expect that from Tesco, they are only interested in profit, nothing else.

Disgusting company. They are like a fungus in UK, keep opening everywhere.
I'd expect that from Tesco, they are only interested in profit, nothing else. Disgusting company. They are like a fungus in UK, keep opening everywhere. getThisCoalitionOut
  • Score: -4

11:05pm Wed 28 May 14

KarenT says...

Why is this boring story in the newspaper? Because she will be trying to get Tesco to give her lots of money to make up for the fact that she will "never be able to eat greens again". It's called PTCD... Post Traumatic Cockroach Disorder.

"Just give me money, that's what I want..."
Why is this boring story in the newspaper? Because she will be trying to get Tesco to give her lots of money to make up for the fact that she will "never be able to eat greens again". It's called PTCD... Post Traumatic Cockroach Disorder. "Just give me money, that's what I want..." KarenT
  • Score: 7

2:31am Thu 29 May 14

Gribbet says...

I'll never understand why these people keep running to get their picture in the local paper every time a bug is found in a bag of salad, especially when it always sounds just as possible that the bug crawled in after the bag was opened. Next one will read 'Distraught local man discovers caterpillar living on Broccoli'.
I'll never understand why these people keep running to get their picture in the local paper every time a bug is found in a bag of salad, especially when it always sounds just as possible that the bug crawled in after the bag was opened. Next one will read 'Distraught local man discovers caterpillar living on Broccoli'. Gribbet
  • Score: 7

8:22am Thu 29 May 14

TheDrive says...

She's hot. Worth the story just for the photo.
She's hot. Worth the story just for the photo. TheDrive
  • Score: -10

11:00am Thu 29 May 14

worthingite says...

Strang shadow from her conk across her face, back to school for the photographer..
Strang shadow from her conk across her face, back to school for the photographer.. worthingite
  • Score: 1

11:50am Thu 29 May 14

SirLancelot says...

Cockroach finds blonde beauty in spinach shocker!
Cockroach finds blonde beauty in spinach shocker! SirLancelot
  • Score: 5

11:54am Thu 29 May 14

TheDrive says...

getThisCoalitionOut wrote:
I'd expect that from Tesco, they are only interested in profit, nothing else.

Disgusting company. They are like a fungus in UK, keep opening everywhere.
Next thing you know, they'll be roaches in the horsemeat!
[quote][p][bold]getThisCoalitionOut[/bold] wrote: I'd expect that from Tesco, they are only interested in profit, nothing else. Disgusting company. They are like a fungus in UK, keep opening everywhere.[/p][/quote]Next thing you know, they'll be roaches in the horsemeat! TheDrive
  • Score: 1

2:48pm Thu 29 May 14

NickBrt says...

Wonder if this money grabbing publicity seeker regrets not keeping schtum now?
Wonder if this money grabbing publicity seeker regrets not keeping schtum now? NickBrt
  • Score: 5

2:51pm Thu 29 May 14

TheDrive says...

NickBrt wrote:
Wonder if this money grabbing publicity seeker regrets not keeping schtum now?
That's a tad bitchy!
[quote][p][bold]NickBrt[/bold] wrote: Wonder if this money grabbing publicity seeker regrets not keeping schtum now?[/p][/quote]That's a tad bitchy! TheDrive
  • Score: 0

4:09pm Thu 29 May 14

NickBrt says...

Bitchy? Moi?!
Bitchy? Moi?! NickBrt
  • Score: 0

6:17pm Thu 29 May 14

albionfan33 says...

afterovid wrote:
If she'd had it tested she will find it's a Brighton and Hove Albion supporter. Then the best thing to do would be to find a dog with a large piece of cash-munching excreta stuck to it's rear that the cockroach could follow.
someone said you was funny once? i must of missed it.......
[quote][p][bold]afterovid[/bold] wrote: If she'd had it tested she will find it's a Brighton and Hove Albion supporter. Then the best thing to do would be to find a dog with a large piece of cash-munching excreta stuck to it's rear that the cockroach could follow.[/p][/quote]someone said you was funny once? i must of missed it....... albionfan33
  • Score: 0

2:31am Fri 30 May 14

ZeeGee, ffs says...

albionfan33 wrote:
afterovid wrote:
If she'd had it tested she will find it's a Brighton and Hove Albion supporter. Then the best thing to do would be to find a dog with a large piece of cash-munching excreta stuck to it's rear that the cockroach could follow.
someone said you was funny once? i must of missed it.......
Must HAVE, idiot.
[quote][p][bold]albionfan33[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]afterovid[/bold] wrote: If she'd had it tested she will find it's a Brighton and Hove Albion supporter. Then the best thing to do would be to find a dog with a large piece of cash-munching excreta stuck to it's rear that the cockroach could follow.[/p][/quote]someone said you was funny once? i must of missed it.......[/p][/quote]Must HAVE, idiot. ZeeGee, ffs
  • Score: -1

1:37pm Fri 30 May 14

Legal1974 says...

firemanste wrote:
over reaction by this woman and prob thinking of claiming compensation by now
A leading case in negligence (in fact, the basis of any negligence action as we know it these days) involves nearly the same type of incident - a decomposed snail in a bottle of ginger beer (the case is Donoghue v Stevenson ). After drinking most of the ginger beer, the woman was violently sick and was awarded compensation for negligence against the manufacturer. Every lawyer and law student will be very familiar with the case...it makes me wonder if she had heard anything about it and wanted to make a similar claim...after all "where there's blame, there's a claim" and "every little helps"...
[quote][p][bold]firemanste[/bold] wrote: over reaction by this woman and prob thinking of claiming compensation by now[/p][/quote]A leading case in negligence (in fact, the basis of any negligence action as we know it these days) involves nearly the same type of incident - a decomposed snail in a bottle of ginger beer (the case is Donoghue v Stevenson [1932]). After drinking most of the ginger beer, the woman was violently sick and was awarded compensation for negligence against the manufacturer. Every lawyer and law student will be very familiar with the case...it makes me wonder if she had heard anything about it and wanted to make a similar claim...after all "where there's blame, there's a claim" and "every little helps"... Legal1974
  • Score: -1

5:49pm Fri 30 May 14

Just trying to earn a crust says...

I thought I was reading the Daily Fail for a moment
I thought I was reading the Daily Fail for a moment Just trying to earn a crust
  • Score: 1

9:40am Sat 31 May 14

BlackRocker says...

My favourite comment - sadly, since removed - was from the reader who thought the caption "Woman finds cockroach in her spinach" was a euphemism.
My favourite comment - sadly, since removed - was from the reader who thought the caption "Woman finds cockroach in her spinach" was a euphemism. BlackRocker
  • Score: 3

9:52am Sat 31 May 14

missileman says...

Is This a Story? Was it a Halal Cockroach ... fresh meat!
Is This a Story? Was it a Halal Cockroach ... fresh meat! missileman
  • Score: 1

3:15pm Sat 31 May 14

Uncle Ruckus (No Relation) says...

Talk about first-world problems!

Meanwhile in Africa.....
Talk about first-world problems! Meanwhile in Africa..... Uncle Ruckus (No Relation)
  • Score: 4

5:05pm Sat 31 May 14

FatherTed11 says...

Do we really need to keep seeing this fraudster on the front page?
Do we really need to keep seeing this fraudster on the front page? FatherTed11
  • Score: 4

6:51pm Sat 31 May 14

Grumpy0ldman says...

Ok ok ok. This story is now sooooo old. Please remove it from your home screen mr argus
Ok ok ok. This story is now sooooo old. Please remove it from your home screen mr argus Grumpy0ldman
  • Score: 1

7:08pm Sat 31 May 14

Number Six says...

Grumpy0ldman wrote:
Ok ok ok. This story is now sooooo old. Please remove it from your home screen mr argus
Since there is still the poll about feeling confident about 2014 despite the fact that 2014 is five months old I wouldn't hold out too much hope.
[quote][p][bold]Grumpy0ldman[/bold] wrote: Ok ok ok. This story is now sooooo old. Please remove it from your home screen mr argus[/p][/quote]Since there is still the poll about feeling confident about 2014 despite the fact that 2014 is five months old I wouldn't hold out too much hope. Number Six
  • Score: 2

12:29pm Sun 1 Jun 14

Klanker says...

Number Six wrote:
Grumpy0ldman wrote:
Ok ok ok. This story is now sooooo old. Please remove it from your home screen mr argus
Since there is still the poll about feeling confident about 2014 despite the fact that 2014 is five months old I wouldn't hold out too much hope.
Hopefully it will stay, I'm planning to vote at the end of the year when I'll be able to evaluate my 2014 confidence more accurately
[quote][p][bold]Number Six[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Grumpy0ldman[/bold] wrote: Ok ok ok. This story is now sooooo old. Please remove it from your home screen mr argus[/p][/quote]Since there is still the poll about feeling confident about 2014 despite the fact that 2014 is five months old I wouldn't hold out too much hope.[/p][/quote]Hopefully it will stay, I'm planning to vote at the end of the year when I'll be able to evaluate my 2014 confidence more accurately Klanker
  • Score: 3

12:36pm Sun 1 Jun 14

kevin meredith says...

My wife was sold a cake with nuts in after specifically asking staff if the cake she wanted did not include nuts as she has an allergy. When she discovered there were nuts she got £75 a sa good will gesture, time to change supermarkets I think! This is such a non news story.
My wife was sold a cake with nuts in after specifically asking staff if the cake she wanted did not include nuts as she has an allergy. When she discovered there were nuts she got £75 a sa good will gesture, time to change supermarkets I think! This is such a non news story. kevin meredith
  • Score: -1

10:07pm Sun 1 Jun 14

ZeeGee, ffs says...

FatherTed11 wrote:
Do we really need to keep seeing this fraudster on the front page?
Yes, we do.

She's f*cking gorgeous, and this page is miserable to look at. Even The Yarg-us has realised that fact.
[quote][p][bold]FatherTed11[/bold] wrote: Do we really need to keep seeing this fraudster on the front page?[/p][/quote]Yes, we do. She's f*cking gorgeous, and this page is miserable to look at. Even The Yarg-us has realised that fact. ZeeGee, ffs
  • Score: -3

4:53pm Mon 2 Jun 14

TheDrive says...

ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
FatherTed11 wrote:
Do we really need to keep seeing this fraudster on the front page?
Yes, we do.

She's f*cking gorgeous, and this page is miserable to look at. Even The Yarg-us has realised that fact.
Yes - we definitely do. Maybe some different photos too.
[quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]FatherTed11[/bold] wrote: Do we really need to keep seeing this fraudster on the front page?[/p][/quote]Yes, we do. She's f*cking gorgeous, and this page is miserable to look at. Even The Yarg-us has realised that fact.[/p][/quote]Yes - we definitely do. Maybe some different photos too. TheDrive
  • Score: 0

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