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Unknown object found in Uni-President milk tea

(People's Daily Online)

14:12, September 27, 2012

On the afternoon of Sept. 24, a netizen from Fuzhou said that she and her friends had a slight stomachache after drinking Uni-President's Assam milk tea. Later, they found an unknown object in the milk tea bottle.

Ms. Pan said she opened a bottle of Assam milk tea, drank some and put the rest into the fridge on Sept. 23. She and some of her friends drank from the same bottle on Sept. 24.

Ms. Pan told the reporter that she and her friends felt a little uncomfortable and had a slight burning sensation in their stomachs. At first, she did not realize it was a problem of the milk tea. One hour later, when she was pouring the milk tea from the same bottle again, an unknown object fell out.

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Read the Chinese version: 统一奶茶被曝喝出异物 厂家称已将产品带回化验

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