Her Coconut Water Tasted Funny. Then She Cut It Open And Found This Nastiness.

Barbara Evelyn Marie was attempting to appreciate a taste of her coconut water a month ago when she saw that something was exceptionally off about the way the drink tasted. She likewise says she gulped an odd cluster.

The Goshen, New York, inhabitant chosen to slice open the holder to see with her own eyes what was happening, and she promptly thought twice about it once she saw what was inside. “I feel completely wiped out to my stomach notwithstanding discussing it,” she revealed to The Sun. “I know there is some kind of creature in there.”

Whatever is going on here is impossible to say, yet Marie supposes it may be the remaining parts of a squid. “I promptly dumped out all the water. I shook it since I heard stuff skipping around,” she said. “I opened it with a blade and that is the point at which I found the octopus-looking thing.”

Whatever is happening here is anyone's guess, but Marie thinks it might be the remains of a squid. "I immediately dumped out all the water. I shook it because I heard stuff bouncing around," she <a href="http://www.ladbible.com/more/weird-woman-finds-rotting-remains-of-squid-inside-her-coconut-water-20170509" target="_blank">said</a>. "I opened it with a knife and that's when I discovered the octopus-looking thing."

After swallowing one of the stomach-churning clumps, she says she threw up for days afterwards and had diarrhea as well. She even went to the doctor.

After swallowing one of the stomach-churning clumps, she says she threw up for days afterwards and had diarrhea as well. She even went to the doctor.

There were no indications that anything was wrong with the drink beforehand. The expiration date read July 17, 2017.

There were no indications that anything was wrong with the drink beforehand. The expiration date read July 17, 2017.

She’s since gotten in touch with Vita Coco, the company that sells the drink, and has sent some of the clumps to them while also keeping a few to be independently tested.

She's since gotten in touch with Vita Coco, the company that sells the drink, and has sent some of the clumps to them while also keeping a few to be independently tested.

A spokemans for Vita Coco had this to state concerning the occurrence:

We have been in contact with the purchaser, Barbara Marie, different circumstances since April 26, 2017. We take all customer request and item quality issues truly, and as a worldwide brand have conventions to legitimately research quality request.

We approached Ms Marie for the item data for this unit on April 26, 2017, with the goal that we could report the issue to quality control and explore it assist, yet just got that data on Friday, May 5, 2017. The way things are presently, we are looking into Ms. Marie’s claim completely so we can help her in the most ideal way.

Vita Coco utilizes the most elevated gauges of sustenance wellbeing at all its creation offices and our refreshments are quality-and nourishment security tried inside, and furthermore by an outer quality control master, before being circulated. Be that as it may, in light of the fact that Vita Coco drinks don’t contain additives, on uncommon event, irregular decay may happen. This is the thing that we are researching now with Ms Marie.

All things considered, it’s protected to state that I’ll never drink bundled coconut water again. Share this appalling revelation if the prospect of finding whatever this is in your drink makes you wiped out to your stomach.