A Woolworths supermarket customer scratched his head after a very unusual invention into a bread roll he bought from his local store.
Pete, a Perth shopper who shared on Facebook, said he was surprised to find a piece of paper inside the bakery before buying.
The paper – which seems to have the word plate on it – seems to have been added to the flour of the tiger roll when cooked.
Pete says he was “disappointed” by the discovery.
“A little extra benefit is that it looks like it was shot in our tiger rolls,” he wrote, adding three photos of the invention.
A Woolworths Spokesman for 7NEWS.com.au Paper was actually a new labeling tool that was recently delivered to the store in question.
“We take food safety and quality very seriously, so we are disappointed to have missed this mark in this case,” the spokesman said.
“Only part of the new bakery equipment found at a label store appears to have been removed. The equipment has been reconsidered and destroyed for production.
“We have been in touch with the customer to apologize and have received a voucher and refund in light of their experience.”
7NEWS.com.au understands that all Woolworths team members are trained in food safety and preparation before handling any unpackaged products or setting up new equipment in the store.