克萊索普斯的母親在 "不給糖就搗蛋 "的糖果中發現金屬
克利索普斯(Cleethorpes)的林賽-迪金森(Lindsey Dickinson)說，在她發現兒子拆開的糖果中有金屬後，她 "感到恐慌"。
迪金森女士說，當她14歲的兒子問她為什麼糖果 "看起來很滑稽 "時，她才注意到這個刀片。
Lindsey Dickinson, of Cleethorpes, said "panic set in" after she discovered metal in a sweet her son unwrapped.
The mother-of-two posted an image on social media warning parents in the area to check their sweets.
She reported the find to the police who said that as the sweet was apparently wrapped she would need to contact the manufacturer.
Ms Dickinson said she was alerted to the blade when her 14-year-old son asked her why the sweet "looked funny".
"Looking at the sweet I tapped it because it just didn't seem right, it felt hard," she said.
"It feels like metal. I scrapped down it and exposed what looked like a pencil sharpener blade."
In a statement, Humberside Police said: "Finding a blade in a food item is understandably concerning, and for a parent with children, an incredibly distressing experience.
"From the report we received and information supplied, it was reported the sweet looked normal, had not been opened and appeared intact, which would potentially suggest an issue at manufacture.
"The manufacturer of the sweet, the Food Standards Agency and Trading Standards are the organisations who would need to investigate the incident further at this stage to determine the circumstances."