MONTREAL — A West Island family got more than they bargained for when they tore into a Première Moisson baguette on Sunday night.
According to the family, who wishes to remain anonymous, two razor blades were found in a pre-cooked baguette purchased at a Pointe-Claire IGA store on Apr. 19.
“I bought the bread at around 4:40 p.m. and we sat down for our traditional Italian meal at around 7 o’clock,” the family matriarch told Global News.
“My husband, my daughter and I had each torn a piece off of the baguette.
“My daughter dunked her piece in to the [pasta] sauce and brought it to her lips — and that’s when I saw a reflection, something glistening in the light,” she said in a phone interview.
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