Singapore Airlines Passenger Finds Tooth in Food Served Onboard, Says 'I Threw My Guts Up'
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A passenger onboard a Singapore Airlines flight couldn't believe he actually bit into a tooth present in the meal they served. Bradley Button was travelling from Wellington to Melbourne on flight SQ248 when the disgusting incident happened. Bradley had almost finished his rice dish when he felt something hard in his mouth. He realised it was a tooth and spat out the food.

Bradley was quoted as saying, "I threw my guts up. For the rest of the flight, I was not well, just the idea of having someone else's body part in my food is not nice." However, a flight attendant told him that it was not a tooth but a small rock. He added saying, "The flight attendant that attended to me was adamant that she needed to take it away for testing and was trying to tell me that it was a small rock, when it was without a shadow of a doubt a tooth. Chinese Man Throws Coins Into Lucky Air Plane's Engine Hoping For a Safe Flight, Airline Sues Him.

Then I was given a $75 voucher that I could only use on duty-free in Singapore Airlines flights." Following which Button lodged a complaint with the airline. The airline apologised for the "negative experience and for the inconvenience this has caused". Male passenger on Air France Flight Strips Down to Underwear; Shocked Co-Passenger Tweets Live Pictures.

SIA spokesperson told Channel NewsAsia, "Singapore Airlines is aware that a customer travelling on flight SQ248 from Wellington to Melbourne on Tuesday, February 26, found what appeared to be a foreign object in their meal. Once the results of the analysis are known we will determine what the most appropriate course of action to take is. We expect all of our meals to meet a consistently high standard and we are disappointed in this discovery."