Christmas dinners ruined by rotten turkeys from Morrisons and Sainsbury’s that look like ALIENS and reek o… – The Sun

UNLUCKY Morrisons and Sainsbury's customers have claimed gross turkeys ruined their Christmas dinner.
Families have been left fuming after they bought the "rotten" meat – and didn't realise until shortly before their festive feats.
Brits have been taking to social media with disgusting images of their turkeys.
One person even said they had no choice but to settle for beans on toast after uncovering the "off" bird.
Adam Green shared a picture of the turkey he got from Sainsbury's.

He wrote in a post: "Just got my Sainsbury's turkey out the fridge to stuff it and prep it for Christmas dinner for the bird to absolutely stink!
"Gave it 15 mins to see if the smell would go only for it to get worse.
"Very disappointing considering it would’ve been the centrepiece."
In response, a Sainsbury's spokesperson said: "I'm terribly sorry about the poor quality turkey.
"Can you send us a DM and confirm your name, address and email please? I'll look into this."
Jonathan Heard had a similar experience, sharing: "Oh wow Sainsbury's this is a pretty poor show!
"Fresh turkey dated 27th Dec and it's bad! Slimy skin with yellowing patches and smells off.
"That's going to put a downer on tomorrow's Christmas dinner for 13."
Another Twitter user said: "What the hell Sainsbury's.
"My turkey is rotten, Christmas ruined, kids are crying. We now have to have beans on toast. An absolute disgrace."
A Morrisons customer also had an unfortunate Christmas dining experience after finding their turkey had gone bad.
They said: "Morrisons really disappointed. Have opened my food to order Turkey this morning, and it's off.”
A Morrisons spokesperson told the Mirror: "Our quality team taste test all our products.
"We have been taste testing our turkeys against our high quality and safety standards throughout the Christmas period – including our joints, crowns and whole birds – and we have rigorous standards, procedures and testing in place with our approved suppliers.
"Any complaints received from customers will be thoroughly investigated with our suppliers to ensure we satisfy our customers and meet our high quality standards."
Last year shoppers also complained of "rancid" birds.
It comes as an online shopper revealed the bizarre substitution he was given after he ordered a 1kg chicken for Christmas.
The cook shared pictures of the strange replacement he claims ASDA made for the chicken he wanted.
Instead of the 1kg chicken, ASDA delivered a 5.2kg turkey Christmas turkey.
The shopper had already ordered a 2kg turkey crown from the store.
Now he has over 7kg of turkey meat to get through this Christmas.
Taking to Reddit with his snaps of the substitution, the shopper branded it a "huge win".
The Christmas cook said: "It doesn't fit in my roaster!"
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