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Morrisons Is Selling A Bag Of Wet Eggs And Everyone's Confused

Morrisons Is Selling A Bag Of Wet Eggs And Everyone's Confused

What's going on?

Ciara Sheppard

Ciara Sheppard

Usually, on the meal deal shelf of a supermarket you can expect to find an assortment of packaged sandwiches, side snacks, crisps and drinks. What you don't expect to find is an enormous bag wet eggs.

The horrifying discovering was made by a customer in Morrisons recently who naturally felt it necessary to share the traumatic ordeal on Twitter.

The poster - named Sexy Trumpet on Twitter - wrote: "My local Morrison's is selling actual sacks of wet eggs. This is the most wretched and cursed item I have ever witnessed."

Alongside it, they shared the quite frankly criminal images of large sealed bags of boiled eggs floating in their own yellow-hued egg juice.

The inexplicable bag of eggs are labeled '5 boiled eggs' - despite there being clearly about 20 per bag - and were being sold for £1.

If you're into eggs more than the average person it's an absolute bargain, but for the common shopper, the sight elicited pure horror, as evidenced in the comments.

"Sorry but this is sending me," wrote one person.

"There is clearly more than 5 eggs there," another astutely noted.

Morrisons explained the eggs are left over from the salad bar (

"It's in the meal deal section, which implies this is considered lunch ? Does this count as a main, or a snack?? I have so many questions, and no answers," asked another desperately.

Well, Tyla went to Morrisons for answers and the reasons for the wet bag of eggs is actually quite a good one.

A spokesperson told us: "These boiled eggs are prepared for our salad bar. Sometimes, rather than wasting them, we offer them to customers directly."

Morrisons, we just about forgive you for this one.

Featured Image Credit: PA

Topics: Life News, Life, Morrisons