‘So she continued to eat her breakfast which is when she found another one and that's when I thought that it was just bizarre.’
The mum says she then inspected the dish, and was shocked to find even more.
She added: ‘When I started looking I found another two fingernails, it was just disgusting.
‘The fingernails were quite small so it could only have been a teenager or someone with small hands. I checked them further and there were longish but it seemed as though they had been cut before they were put in the fish.’
Lizzie was quick to contact ALDI customer service, but was disappointed when they told her the items were bones - not fingernails.
Lizzie told Devon Live: ‘Since Aldi have apologised and after sending them a copy of the barcode they told me that it was fish bones, not fingernails in the sardines. But I know what it is, and it's not fish bones.’
To judge for yourself, head here. However despite the mum’s objections, an ALDI spokesperson has insisted they’re definitely bones.
Says a spokesperson: ‘While very rare, bones like this can occasionally be found in some cans of fish, nonetheless we are sorry to hear of Ms Record’s experience.’