((MELBOURNE, Australia.) JUST IN: Police investigate two separate reports of strawberries being found with needles inside them one such during a celebration for a 30th birthday when a 30yr-old bit into one causing her sharp pain in her mouth but thankfully she did not swallow it an X-ray later confirmed #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Sept.23: Skye Wilson-Wright was celebrating her 30th birthday on Sunday night with a strawberry-topped cake when she bit into one of the berries to find a needle or pin lodged in the fruit: The woman’s mother, Lorelle Wilson, told the ABC although she avoided swallowing the metal, she was taken to Austin Hospital for x-rays because she “had a sharp pain” that did not go away ABCNews reported.

Key points:

  • A woman went to hospital for x-rays after biting into a needle
  • Another instance was reported to police a fortnight earlier
  • Coles said it was investigating with its strawberry supplier

The top of a mostly-eaten strawberry with a needle poking through.Photo: Police are investigating after a family said they found this needle in a strawberry yesterday. (Supplied: Lorelle Wilson)

“[We] thought she might have swallowed another needle,” Ms Wilson said: Ms Wilson said the x-rays found nothing else inside her daughter, but hospital staff were concerned she may have swallowed another foreign object.

Dave Chapman, in a black jacket, cap and sunglasses on his head, in front of a brick home.Photo: Dave Chapman said he was relieved his stepdaughter was not more badly injured. (ABC News: James Hancock)

She said the strawberries were bought at a Coles supermarket in Eltham, in Melbourne’s outer-north, before being covered in chocolate by a friend and placed on the cake: “It’s shocking, it shouldn’t happen, you think it wouldn’t happen to you,” Ms Wilson-Wright’s stepfather, Dave Chapman, said………………”[I’m] just glad it wasn’t anything more serious,” he said.

Mr Chapman said his stepdaughter was in “constant pain” on Sunday night, which would rise when she swallowed, laughed or ate: He said she was still in pain today.

Police said it was the second report of food contamination in the area in as many weeks: “Banyule Criminal Investigation Unit detectives are currently investigating two reports of food contamination in the Eltham and Fairfield areas,” a spokesman said.

Police said the first report was of a needle found in a strawberry bought from a store in Fairfield, in Melbourne’s inner north, on August 25 and reported to police on September 10: The spokesman confirmed the latest case was reported today.

#AceNewsDesk reports ……………Published: Sept.23: 2019:

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